Guys love the color black. Black, according to the psychology experts, can convey an air of mystery; is associated with power, control and elegance. It radiates authority and strength. Black is also associated with sexiness and seduction.
Its no wonder one of the popular choices for guys wedding bands this last decade have been rings that are black in color. There are a lot of choices for your black wedding band: black titanium (brought to market by my friend Ed Rosenberg at Spectore Titanium), black zirconium, blackened steel, oxidized sterling silver, black ceramic. Tungsten rings are now being black IP plated. Even karat gold ring are being black rhodium plated. However, all of the above black rings can be scratched and you will see a different color metal underneath.
You now have a new choice for your black wedding band – one that is solid black through and through. No more worrying about scratching through the black coating, or having it wear off or fade. Its permanent. Introducing the Elysium Black Diamond rings by Lashbrook.
The Hardest Ring on The Planet.
Yes, thats right, its the hardest ring on earth. How can this be, you ask? Because Elysium rings are made of solid black diamond. As you already know diamonds are the hardest substance known to man. The only thing that can scratch a diamond is another diamond. So Elysium black diamond rings are the most scratch resistant rings ever made.
How Are They Made?
I thought you would never ask. Im not a chemist or a techy type, so Ill keep it simple. Basically, millions of tiny laboratory grown black diamond crystals are fused together, using a proprietary binder, in a diamond press. This happens in an environment of super high heat, over 1600 degrees Fahrenheit, and under 1,000,000 pounds of pressure. The needed technology to make this near miracle happen cost around $32 million and 7 patents were involved. Very high tech and costly. Im told the process took 18 years to develop.
So, if you are looking for a solid black ring for a wedding band, one that will never scratch, fade or wear out, you should look at the Elysium rings by Lashbrook. If you end up with one, chances are you will have more carats of diamonds than your lady.
On average each Elysium ring weighs in at over 20 carats of diamonds! Elysium rings are available in several designs. Choose one set with a round diamond (white, green or blue) in the middle. Also, available paired with 14k white, yellow or rose gold. Youll definitely have a conversation piece on your wedding ring finger that youll have fun showing off.
Here is a great video about Elysium rings. It’s pretty entertaining as well as informative.
Take a peek and let us know what you think.