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What's in the Little Black Box?

Metals

Titanium

Lashbrook uses aerospace grade Ti6A1-4V Titanium to make all our Titanium bands. It is more than twice as strong and hard as typical commercial Titanium rings. We offer more than 50,000 styles in Titanium alone. Titanium has the highest resistance to corrosion.

Cobalt Chrome

Cobalt Chrome is perfect for the customer who loves the look of a platinum band, but has a lower price point. Cobalt Chrome is hypoallergenic, has a white lustrous color, and is very durable. Most styles available in Titanium are also available in Cobalt Chrome. Not only is the color of Cobalt Chrome similar to platinum, it has the heft of gold.

Black Zirconium

Black Zirconium is typically used in dental implants and nuclear reactors. A black oxidized coating is created when zirconium is heated. This coating makes the ring very scratch resistant and allows us to create amazing two-toned styles. Black Zirconium offers the highest design versatility of any performance metal.

Damascus Steel

Damascus Steel is a unique blend of up to 120 layers of two different types of stainless steel, forged together to make a beautiful, durable band. This ancient metal working skill makes a ring you will love because no two rings were alike. They truly have something of artistic value. Lashbrook offers the classic Damascus Steel pattern and four custom patterns. Damascus steel is available in acid, polish or beadblast finishes.

Mokume Gane

Like Damascus Steel, Mokume Gane (pronounced Moe-koo-may Gah-nay) is an ancient metal working process that creates unique, swirled precious metal patterns. Mokume Gane means “wood grain” in Japanese. Mokume Gane is available as an inlay or solid piece.

Precious Metal

Virtually every style we offer in alternative metals can be made in any precious metal.

Ceramic/Tungsten

Combining ceramic and tungsten gives you a great two-toned look with the ultimate resistance to scratching.

Emergency Removal

All Lashbrook rings can be removed in an emergency. All our metals, but tungsten and ceramic, can be removed with a separating disc or a diamond cut-off tool. Most emergency rooms now have a power tool that removes these rings quickly. Tungsten and ceramic can be broken with vice-grips or a vice.

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