When it comes to jewelry made out of luxurious metals such as gold and silver, it would not be difficult to find a store or a pawn shop to sell them to. Tungsten is a different story, however. People tend to find it a little more difficult to re-sell their tungsten jewelry. As unfortunate as it may sound, tungsten is not liquid, and not many people would find much value to tungsten jewelry for a number of reasons.
We must take into account that not only has gold and silver been used as currency far longer than paper money has ever been in use, but the properties of tungsten make it a little more difficult to re-sell to shops and other potential buyers. For instance, gold and silver rings can easily be melted or reshaped to fit the size of a client who may want to purchase a new ring. Tungsten because of its durability makes it quite difficult for other people to resize or change. Chances are, in order to get rid of your tungsten ring, someone would need to not only want one, but also must have the same ring size you have.
This doesn't mean that it doesn't have value at all. As a raw material and a form of investment, Tungsten is worth a lot and is in great demand globally. So in the Tungsten world, this rare metal is extremely valuable.
Tungsten engagement rings and Tungsten wedding bands, may also not have the prestige value of silver or gold rings, but it can definitely last longer and can symbolize a couple's "forever" more than the other 2 precious metals. And that in itself can make your tungsten forever ring more valuable than money can buy.