Proper Care of Tungsten and Other Jewelry

There are a few commitments that go along with the purchase of fine jewelry. And one of the most common is the continued payment plan that will go along with it. Another standard need is the proper care of the jewelry piece. Different precious gemstones and various metals require different care options, though almost every nice piece of jewelry does have specific cleaning and care aspects.

One of the great aspects of tungsten carbide rings is that not only do they typically avoid the high cost that has years of monthly payments attached, but also they are extremely easy to keep clean and shiny. This is due to their indestructible strength and the permanent polished shine that goes along with it. Tungsten carbide rings are made from the toughest metal and shined with a diamond compound. This keeps the ring strong and forever polished.

For most other fine jewelry pieces, and to some extent the tungsten carbide rings though they above all others will be maintenance free, it is recommended to store the items in a dry, clean space. It is a good idea to wrap the individual pieces in their own cloth or tissue piece , though this is not essential. Various metals and gems will have their own recommended care instructions, and you should research the specifics of each of your pieces. Jewelry is a precious aspect of our lives and frequently associated with loved ones and their generosity. With the proper care and storage it should last a lifetime.

2 thoughts on “Proper Care of Tungsten and Other Jewelry

  1. Tungsten is the most hard melting metal (t ° melting 3395 + 15 ° C), so that became the basis for most heat-resistant and durable alloys. Only the carbon has higher melting temperature among other simple elements. Tungsten has a very high boiling point (over 5500 ° C), very low evaporation speed, even at t ° 2000 ° C and a significant electrical resistance: three times higher than copper and five times higher than silver has. Tungsten has excellent mechanical properties: solidity, wear resistance under strong heating and the lowest coefficient of thermal expansion. Pure tungsten pretty easy to chemical working, carbon and oxygen impurities give him solidity. Tungsten has very high tensile modulus and compression, a very high resistance to thermal creep, good thermal conductivity and high coefficient of electron emission, which may be even higher in an alloy of tungsten with oxides of other metals.

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