Although titanium was first discovered in the late 1700s, it really came into its own in the 1950s and 60s -- just in time for critical missions like the moon landing.
This hand ground and faceted titanium band shows off its greyish hues, while the optional offset metal inlay adds a pop of color and refinement.
- Lightweight, durable, hypoallergenic titanium
- An offset metal inlay of brass
The Apollo 11 Moon Landing and Titanium
The moon landing was a critical mission for the United States. It not only helped to cement the US as a leader in space technology, but it also helped to advance the use of a number of materials, one of those being titanium.
Titanium was used in the Apollo 11 spacecraft so we decided to give it a nod in this design.
Faceted Titanium Wedding Band
Each Apollo ring is hand ground to add a unique faceted texture. The rough texture allows the titanium to show of its grey hues, especially in the right lighting.
Titanium! The awesome alloy! The incredible metal! We love titanium because it's light weight yet very durable. It has a warm feel compared to other metals and can take on a number of different shades depending on the finish.