Carbon Fiber and Gold Ring - 14k
About The Design
This design is made using carbon fiber and solid gold. We don't use plated. We don't use gold filled. It's solid gold with carbon fiber on the exterior. We do some unique things with this design to make sure it's a long lasting rings. Many jewelers struggle to incorporate carbon fiber and gold because of the differences in the materials. The gold and carbon fiber delaminates over time because of improper bonding techniques. Many jewelers only rough up the bonding faces, where as we rough them up, groove them and heat cure and post cure the epoxy used to bond the two materials. Gold and carbon fiber contract and expand differently with different temperatures therefore additional steps need to be taken to make a solid bond. The grooves we create not only increase the surface area of the bond but also create anchors that the carbon fiber and epoxy can set into for a permanent bond.
We take this very seriously and it's important to do it properly so your ring can last a lifetime.
Please be sure about size. This is gold and though we will resize and exchange, it costs us a lot in material to do that so we just ask that you be sure about your size prior to ordering. We're a very small business and ordering mounds of gold is expensive.
We make this with solid gold. We have Yellow Gold, Rose Gold and White Gold Available. We use 10k gold, higher gold karats can be used too. Please message us for more. We can even do platinum and palladium too.
How It's Made
Here's a quick video that shows what goes into making our rings. We hand craft each ring in house made specifically for you. We use the highest grade carbon fiber, ultra pure epoxy that has been cured and post cured for maximum strength, super bright glow and high grade materials across the board.
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