Black Titanium Rings and Wedding Bands

My husband absolutely loves it! Fits perfectly and looks flawless. The ordering process was extremely simple and it arrived sooner than promised. LOVE! I would definitely recommend this company to anyone, in fact, I already have! - Cressan Trenhaile, San Diego, CA

So you're shopping for a Black Titanium ring? You've come to the right place.
Since 2002, we have specialized in black titanium rings. Stand out from the crowd with one of our black titanium wedding bands. Adding gold - white, yellow or rose - adds a rich element. The contrast between the black and the gold is eye catching. Diamonds also sparkle better against the black material. It's more almost as if they appear larger.

When you slide a black titanium ring on your finger it goes on so easily. The surface is so highly polished and slick that the ring just glides on and off. Have a question about one of our rings? Ask one of our experts, Over 60,000 happy customers. We'll take care of you. less

Edward Mirell Black Titanium Faceted Ring
by Edward Mirell
Black Titanium

$275.00 $375.00
Black Titanium Ridged Band by Edward Mirell
Black Ti Domed Band

by Edward Mirell

$165.00 $225.00

What is It?

Titanium is naturally a grayish white color. In order to achieve the beautiful black color, black titanium employs a process using Black-Ti™. Black-Ti™ is a proprietary titanium alloy composed of rare earth metals, strategic elements, and an insignificant amount of trace elements. This distinctive alloy is far more costly than other titanium products due to the rarity of the alloy materials.
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All of the alloy materials are inert but extremely reactive at high temperatures, and must be processed at every stage in very tightly controlled environments. This a revolutionary alloy even within the Titanium World. Black-Ti™ is a registered trademark of Spectore Corp.

Black Titanium is not an applied coating.

Rather it is formed from the outside inward. It is a result of the chemistry between the Black-Ti™ alloy, temperature and atmospheric conditioning.

It has been compared to a ceramic like surface, resisting scratches. However, it is not scratch proof. With heavy wear and tear the outer black titanium shell can be nicked. Because of the increased hardness, and to address the concern of cutting the ring off in case of emergency, the thickness of the blackened portion does not go all the way through the ring. .

Black Titanium jewelry is cutting edge fashion.

Black-Ti™ is revolutionizing the jewelry market because it opens up a whole new world of exciting new designs and looks. The contrast between the shiny jet black color of the black titanium jewelry and the diamonds and gemstones is incredible. Many of our customers say the diamond in their new black titanium ring actually looks bigger and brighter compared to a similar setting in gold, platinum or grey titanium. Now your diamond can really “pop”!

Black Titanium is unique.

Black-Ti™ is the only non-coated, completely nickel free and inert titanium alloy that can be processed black. Many competitors have tried unsuccessfully to copy the Black-Ti™ with poor results. Imitators sell black titanium jewelry that easily scratches off and eventually fades. Our black titanium rings are the only ones that will stay black forever. They stand up exceptionally well to typical wear. Compared to traditional jewelry materials, black titanium keeps it's high polished look for many years.

Black Titanium is Extremely Durable.

Your new black titanium ring or jewelry, will hold up to a lifetime of wear. This patented alloy is not a coating. It's heat and atmospherically treated to a black ceramic surface. It has passed all wear tests performed by companies such as Motorola and Dell. It does not fade nor scratch easily. In cases of extreme wear, scratches or nicks may show up on the bottom of the ring. In this case, you can send the ring in for refinishing at a nominal fee plus shipping expenses.

What is Black Titanium Cable?

The black cable used in the Edward Mirell jewelry is the result of years of research and development. The titanium memory alloy used in making the cable is the same material used for a multitude of revolutionary products ranging from stints, eye wear, as well host of medical and industrial applications. Its composition and metallurgical properties are entirely different from the patented Black-Ti™ alloy.

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Titanium memory metal is exactly what its name implies. It's a titanium alloy which has extraordinary shape memory that will withstand distortion and deformation. It will retain its resilience through just about any circumstance or application. Its memory is instilled at extreme temperatures and formed on liquid cooled forming devices engineered to specific shapes. It will not change shape unless it is reformed at still higher temperatures.

The black color is an alloy oxide and, though it is relatively tenacious and reasonably durable, it may show abrasion on the most exposed and vulnerable areas over time.

Where is Black Titanium made?

This fascinating material was pioneered by Spectore Corporation, headed by Edward Rosenberg who developed the patented alloy, Black Ti. To our knowledge Spectore Corporation is the only jewelry manufacturer within the U.S. that makes genuine black titanium. Spectore's designer brand is "Edward Mirell". All of their jewelry is made in Deerfield Beach, Florida.

Spectore Corporation in Deerfield Beach, FL

Spectore Corporation in Deerfield Beach, FL
Where beautiful black titanium is made

More Info About Black Titanium Rings

Buyer Beware: Not all rings being sold as "black titanium" are the same. Many being sold on discount sites like amazon, ebay and low end websites have been I.P. plated. This means the black plating will very easily scratch off. We have tested these rings ourselves and they do not hold up to normal wear.

We've been selling authentic black titanium rings by Edward Mirell since 2002. We've had many jewelry manufacturers send us ring samples. None of these rings tested using a metallurgical laboratory were actually black titanium. Many were IP plated and some were zirconium - not even titanium. So insist on an Edward Mirell ring as they use only authentic Black-Ti material developed by Spectore Corporation.

Learn more about black titanium.

Ever wonder what to do if your ring gets stuck on your finger?
Read my post on removing a stuck titanium ring.

Customer rating for Black Titanium by Titanium Jewelry: 5 of 5 based on 187 customer reviews.