Engagement rings made of Damascus steel with diamonds, coloured gemstones and raw diamonds.
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collection: engagement rings

Damascus Steel ring
2.75mm ruby
Stone choice: sapphire, emerald

Price £460

(approx.)
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Engagement rings made of Damascus steel with diamonds, coloured gemstones and raw diamonds.

The first products made of Damascus steel, according to various sources date from III - IV BC. They were made in India. They were billets of steel cast in such a way that crystallization took place in the layers - one soft and the other hard. The blanks were transported to Damascus - hence the name of the steel - where forged weapons characterized by high hardness and high elasticity were made. With time, the supply of steel ingots from India began to disappear. Unable to recreate Indian technology, in Damascus, they began to produce steel with similar properties. By forging two different steel grades – not casting - it was called damast. In Russia, such material was called scimitar. The old Indian technology was not restored until 2007 in the United States. At present, most products are made of damast - although it is commonly called Damascus steel. The rings we offer are made of damast forged from two types of surgical steel. They are stainless, resistant to acid and alkali, and they are anti-allergic. Inside the rings, we engrave any text in one of many typefaces, we can also engrave various drawings, handwritten letters if there is enough space. We offer the following stones: white, black and coloured diamonds, as well as precious coloured stones - sapphires, rubies and emeralds. Customers can also order other stones. As standard, we insert H/SI diamonds in the rings. Price can differ depending on stone type.