Your wedding rings are made from all recycled, United States milled precious metals. We hand fabricate your rings in our Boulder studio.
Hand fabrication is a process where we cut, form, forge and solder the stock that you order into a perfect fitting ring. We then finish the rings according to your specifications. We do not cast anything!
Description of Metals
Gold: the chemical symbol is for gold is Au and it has an atomic number of 79. The symbol Au derives from the Latin word Aurum (which means ‘shining dawn’). It has a bright yellow color and luster, which it maintains without oxidizing in air or water. It traditionally symbolizes warmth, happiness, love, optimism, and the sun.
Platinum: its chemical symbol is Pt, and has an atomic number of 78. One of the most rare and precious metals, it is prized for its white color, great strength and durability. Its name is derived from the Spanish term platina, which is literally translated as “little silver.”
Palladium: its chemical symbol is Pd, and it has an atomic number of 46. It is a lustrous, silvery-white metal, similar in color to platinum, but lighter in weight. Palladium has has a premium white color that will not fade and does not need rhodium plating. It is tarnish resistant and more durable than white gold. Because it is free of nickel content, palladium is hypoallergenic.
Silver: its chemical symbol is Ag and has an atomic number of 47. It symbolizes purity, the moon, and feminine energies, and has been shown to have antibacterial properties.