Titanium vs Silver - Which is Better for A Ring?

Titanium is a hypoallergenic metal that works well in all types of jewelry. Because of its hypoallergenic properties, titanium is perfect for those with sensitive skin or skin allergies. Rest assure that when you wear a titanium ring, it will not cause an allergic reaction. As wedding and engagement rings, titanium has a natural shine that turns heads. It's a greyish metal with a beautiful luster that we love to work with. 
In terms of price, titanium is one of the more affordable metals used for rings. This makes titanium an extremely popular choice for wedding rings. Titanium is one of the most durable metals available. If you want a ring that doesn't need constant maintenance, then a titanium band is a worthwhile investment. Warm water and soap are enough to bring out its brilliant, hard-looking shine.
Cleaning your ring  should be a breeze. A titanium men's wedding ring is scratch resistant due to its durability. It's a popular metal that can come in multiple band colors. Because we can pick bright color or black color designs, titanium pairs well with other typical metals like white gold, yellow gold and platinum.
One of the alternative options to titanium is sterling silver. Sterling Silver is the United States' jewelry quality standard with various percentages of silver. Not to be confused with stainless steel jewelry, traditional sterling silver jewelry comes in a beautiful and appealing white color. It's a lustrous and appealing precious metal. You can find it in a wide range of unique jewelry designs. Although its softness makes it unsuitable for every day rings, sterling silver jewelry is ideal for accessories and gifts. It is also on the cheaper side, although a bit more expensive than titanium.
When it comes to wedding jewelry in general, everything boils down to preference. The same goes for titanium and sterling silver. These metal bands have all sorts of pros and cons that'll compliment or poorly match depending on your personal tastes. But the softness of sterling silver is one of the major reasons why we don't have an extensive display of these types of rings. You need to be extra careful compared to titanium rings.

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