Products can be painted both over the entire area, and only inside the engraving. It is possible to make a gradient of two or more colors with a predominance of one color. For example, more gold in purple gold.
The dyeing process is technically difficult and sometimes unpredictable, so it is impossible to make two or more absolutely identical products. Also, it is impossible to predict what color will turn out on the inner surface of the ring when the engraving is painted on the outside.
The color on our products is not paint, resin, or other foreign mixtures. This is the color of the metal itself - titanium. You can read a lot about staining titanium on the net, but we do not discuss our technologies (magicians do not reveal their secrets).
Please note that we do not color glossy rings in full color. This is due to the fact that during everyday wear, the top layer of glossy rings is subject to contact with other metal and abrasive surfaces, and this leads to "scratching" of the top layer of metal, and hence the color, even despite the hardness of titanium and oxide (colored) film ... It is for this reason that we try to leave color only in the indentations (in the engraving) or paint only textured surfaces.
Colors can fade if your jewelry gets dirty. For example, the gold color will turn gray under a thin film of grease. It is important to wash your jewelry from time to time.
Colors for fully or partially colored products
1. No color (metallic color)
In this case, the engraving of the ring does not have any color, but we call it the metallic color. That is, in fact, this is the color of the titanium itself. Coloring in this case does not occur at all, so this version is called "no color".
It is a yellow titanium rainbow shade. However, it looks more like brass or yellow (American) gold. Therefore, we call him bronze.
In the overflow from bronze to purple, a slight gradient of a bronze shade is obtained. The bronze color can be obtained only in the overflow of gold and purple.
Since violet and blue appear one after the other, it is impossible to obtain the purest violet color. It will always be with a pleasant blue.
Gradient of deep saturated titanium colors. These two colors are best.
6. Blue (navy blue)
One of the most predictable colors. Royal blue. The blue color is absolutely pure, without admixtures of other shades.
7. Blue-light blue
The blue color fades into light blue.
8. Light blue
Solid light blue color without other shades.
The rainbow color is beautiful in both engraving and fully colored pieces. Gradient from gold to blue: gold -> purple -> blue -> cyan. May include more or less colors, depending on the size of the product (area of the painted area).
A lighter and brighter version of bronze.
Delicate and bright overflow. Perfect for shiny surfaces.
More - the better! The beauty of this color is well manifested in the large number of engraving or even entirely on the product color!
Spectacular gradient for space lovers! Looks differently under different lighting creating a sense of magic.
Beautiful overflow from azure blue to bright green. He has already become a hit of our rings.
Gradient bright neon colors.
It looks noble and juicy.
17. Hummingbird color combination
A complete set of overflows from lemon, through pink, azure to light green. A colorful rainbow that shows up better in large engravings or whole pieces.
Black is always matte. The drawing is clear and looks as stylish as possible.
Lilac is similar to purple, but slightly lighter and brighter, richer. He has no admixture of blue.
"Rusty" is a color consisting of unpredictable overflows of bronze, purple and navy blue - light blue colors.
This shade is looking like real metal rust, so, to make it easy to remeber we named it "rusty" color. In reality, titanium does not have the property of rusting :)
Colors for products with a black surface
Combined with a black surface, the colors look different. This is due to the contrast of colors. Some of them have not yet been tested by masters in business, since we introduced the black top function only recently.
1. No color (metallic color)
In this case, only the outer surface of the product is processed, and the engraving inside remains intact, colorless and retains the natural color of titanium.
The successful combination, a bit like a frozen pitch at the centuries-old rock!
This shade works well with rare moderate fine line engraving. Brightly, but in moderation, for those who are adorned with modesty :)
The color looks advantageous both on rings and on pendants with a black top. The blue tint remains, without it we are nowhere :)
5. Violet-navy blue
Approximately 50/50 purple and blue colors, but if you wish, the proportion can be changed by describing the details to us in detail!
6. Navy blue
Ocean blue on black for those who like cool colors.
7. Blue-light blue
Smooth gradient from blue to light blue.
Smooth blue tint over the entire engraving surface without other colors.
Gradient colors from gold to purple and blue. Rainbow on a black surface looks playful and bright. The natural lines of the engraving give the rainbow-colored jewelery a natural look.
Blue, stretching into the lemon-yellow color. So far we have this color only on a light top, but we are patiently waiting for the moment!
Juicy and natural green color.
12. Hummingbird color
A gradient of colors from lemon, through pink, azure to light green. Here we also do not have a photo yet to show you. Let's fix it soon.
Black jewelry seems to be carved from stone, not metal, perhaps this is their main highlight.
Timascus is a titanium damascus obtained by combining titanium of different grades using the technology of producing Damascus steel.
It is important to understand that thymascus (titanium damascus) has a mobile texture, which means that the pattern of the stripes is unpredictable and always different. We ourselves see this after dyeing the product, that is, at the final stage of manufacturing.
The thymascus has only two color options. These are always two colors - blue and purple, and the third is an additional one, and we choose it - gold or blue.
Purple, blue and cyan. The product is predominantly in cold shades of blue and blue. Flashes of violet and occasionally light gold are possible.
Purple, blue and gold.
A brighter and more iridescent color option. This produces a rich iridescent color. It can be arranged in bronze and blue.