Titanium rings are constructed of titanium and typically another material to make jewelry rings or bands. They have become a modern day phenomenon, as they grew in popularity with the brides and grooms of the past two decades.
With the price of gold, silver, and platinum skyrocketing in prices to where they are almost unaffordable for most people titanium, and tungsten rings have become a popular alternative to the more traditional and old school jewelry. Modern brides like the price and modern grooms like the durability found in a ring or other pieces of titanium jewelry.
Titanium was named in 1795 by a chemist from Germany named Martin H. Klaproth, who decided upon the name by reference of the Greek Titans in mythology. Discovered initially in 1791 in Cornwall, England by William Gregor, it was not until almost 150 years later in 1932 that commerical use of titanium first became possible by the methods of reduction of the metal by William Justin Knoll.
Don’t forget they are hypoallergenic so they are safe for the body and your wallet.