About Our Product

About Our Product


Comfort fit wedding bands are crafted using extra metal to make the inside of the band slightly domed, resulting in a very comfortable fit.

Comfort-fit bands are especially recommended for men, because they are easier to squeeze over a large knuckle when putting your ring on or taking it off, and it’s much more comfortable to wear once it’s on.

Standard fit bands have a straight interior, and do not have the extra dome of metal provided by comfort fit wedding bands.

Laser Engraving

Forevermore Jewelry will personalize your wedding bands with high quality, laser engraving. Remember your special day with just the right message. Our rings are engraved with an art fiber laser engraving machine—the best in the business.


Most orders ship within ten business days. In the rare event that your ring is on back order, we will contact you if the expected delivery time frame exceeds 4 weeks.

Forevermore Jewelry Tungsten Carbide

Imagine wearing a ring that is permanently polished and always looks brand new. Imagine a ring more durable than any other available on the market. Imagine a ring with these superior characteristics that is still affordable. These are the qualities of Tungsten Carbide and Dura Tungsten wedding bands, formulated from proven and/or exclusive patent-pending processes to be the best tungsten rings in the world. What is Tungsten Carbide? Tungsten is a very hard and dense metal, mined from Wolframite ore and symbolized by a (W) on the periodic table of elements. It melts at an extraordinary 6,100 degrees Fahrenheit–the highest melting point of all metals. On its own, tungsten is vulnerable to scratches and damage just like any other metal, such as titanium and steel. Tungsten carbide is four times harder than titanium, twice as hard as steel, is virtually unscratchable, and has been widely used for decades in industrial applications such as cutting tools, mining machinery, and rocket engine nozzles.

The color of tungsten carbide is a very appealing light gray, similar to the color of steel. It’s extremely bright and reflective when polished, and when a finish is applied to a tungsten carbide wedding band, the gray is more pronounced, allowing wonderful contrasts for traditional or contemporary designs.

Forevermore Jewelry Titanium Metal Rings

All Forevermore Titanium wedding bands are made from high Aircraft Grade (6AL/4V) Titanium unless specified otherwise to provide our customers the highest quality.

Titanium’s unique properties make it an excellent choice for a wedding band, It’s a very lightweight metal, almost like aluminum, weighing only 1/3 as much as gold! Many people prefer this light feel because they hardly notice they are wearing a titanium ring at all! Its grayish color is close to white, but a few shades darker than platinum and white gold, more like the color of stainless steel, or gun-metal gray.

Titanium is often marketed as being scratch-resistant, but our experience shows that with normal wear, titanium wedding bands will quickly begin to show small scrapes and scratches just like gold and platinum wedding bands. Although titanium is a very hard and durable metal, it can still be scratched by abrasive materials like rocks, sandpaper, and even hardened steel tools and utensils. The good news is that any jeweler in your area should be able to make your titanium ring look new again with a little polishing.

Black Titanium Wedding Bands: What is Black Titanium? Natural titanium is grayish in color and, when alloyed with specific metals to increase its strength, has recently become a popular choice for wedding bands. The light weight of titanium and the grayish color appeals to many people, as well as the incredible strength and hypoallergenic properties. Under carefully controlled manufacturing conditions and using a special titanium alloy, the exterior surface color of naturally gray titanium wedding bands can be permanently changed to a rich and luxurious black. This color is not a paint or coating that is applied to the outside surface after the wedding band is finished, but it actually forms on the titanium wedding band during part of the manufacturing and treatment process.