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Snake Head Ring - Adjustable Fit-Black-
Snake Head Ring - Adjustable Fit
$39.99
Christian Cross Ring - One Size Fits All-Silver-
Christian Cross Ring - One Size Fits All
$49.99
Christian Cross Ring - Universal Fit-Vintage Gothic-
Christian Cross Ring - Universal Fit
$49.99
Vintage Punk Gothic Carved Eye Ring-
Vintage Punk Gothic Carved Eye Ring
$39.99
Men's Ace of Spades Poker Signet Ring-
Men's Ace of Spades Poker Signet Ring
$49.99
Men's Royal Crown Signet Ring-Silver-7-
Men's Royal Crown Signet Ring
$49.99

Is your favorite number 30?Or is her birthday on the 30th of the month? Then a ring out made out of zinc alloy might be a great idea for your wedding ring.  Zinc is an essential element with the atomic number 30.  Your ring can be a symbol for your secret code or your secret love. 

Another name for Zinc Alloy is Tibetan Silver. Who knew! Zinc Alloy is usually a blue-is white that has a wonderful luster and shine to it. This metal is an alloy which means that it is a combination of different types of metal. Some of the metals included in zinc alloy are brass, nickel silver, aluminum, and copper. Zinc is an important material because it is stronger and more durable then other light weight metals like aluminum. 

This material can be carefully engraved with a laser etching procedure. This process can create engravings in black and white. You can even create barcodes or more intricate designs. Talk to our friendly staff about how you can customize each ring. 

History of Zinc Alloy

Zinc Alloy was first used to create jewelry way back in 1400 BC. The ancient Romans used zinc alloy. However, they did not truly understand this element. India was the first to recognize that zinc is a different metal. People in India figured out how to refine this material on a large scale between 1100 and 1500. 

However,  it was not until 1668 that a man named P. Moras de Respour, actually extracted zinc to be separated from zinc oxice. And a German man named Andreas Marggraf was able to figure out that this was a brand new element way back in 1746. 

Allergies 

If you have a metal allergy, you might want to choose a different type of ring. Some people have an allergy to zinc. While this is a rare allergen, it does still happen. So try on your ring multiple times before purchasing the ring. If you are allergic to zinc, your skin will become red, swollen, and itchy. If you have a reaction like this, make sure to return the ring and choose another metal that is more suitable. 

Always choose a zinc alloy ring from a reputable jewelry dealer. You want to make sure the other metals that zinc is combined with are safe. For example, you want to be sure that lead is not used in the metal. Lead is incredibly toxic and is a neurotoxin. It is especially important that children never wear jewelry with lead in it. They are very susceptible to these toxins. 

How to care for your zinc alloy ring? 

Zinc alloy rings can tarnish if they are not properly care for daily. Try to keep your ring out of wet and damp conditions. Remove your ring before washing your hands and dry your hands thoroughly before putting your ring back on. We also recommend taking the ring off before hopping into the shower. And when you are not wearing the ring, please place it in an airtight container. You can throw in a silica gel packet to remove the moisture from the container. 

This type of material can rust if exposed to water and damp air for too long. Zinc alloy will chemically react with oxygen to create a delicate layer of oxide. So make sure to keep the ring dry. 

Why you should consider a ring made of zinc alloy? 

Zinc is a very durable metal. It creates a protective layer over the metal that protects the finish for years to come. These rings are also resistant to corrosion and can be combined with other metals. Zinc alloy rings are often a favorite for younger customers because they  are more affordable than precious metal rings. 

Zinc alloy rings are a great option for fashion rings. You can choose a lot of different styles and designs without breaking the bank. And if you want to choose a selection of rings to wear as a set, zinc alloy rings are a great option. You can choose a selection of these rings that are different thicknesses, textures, and patterns. These will go together and look great for years to come.