Tantalum is an unbeatable metal for strength, rarity, and color. So when you pair it with more tantalum in a Newport ring, you get even more strength, luxury, and style. This Newport tantalum wedding ring has two tantalum bands stacked on top of each other to create a layered, luxury look. The surface of the ring is flat to showcase the layers even more.
We also added a satin finish, which minimizes the appearance of scratches and dings, keeping your ring looking bright and new for even longer.
This 8mm tantalum wedding band is a great choice for price, durability, and style. Order yours today.
A comfort-fit design is simple and effective. We add a little extra metal to the inside of the ring to give the interior surface a domed shape. The domed shape is similar to the shape of the outside of a domed wedding band.
The slight dome helps the ring glide over your finger and fit over knuckles. As such, comfort fit is highly recommended for those with bigger knuckles.
With a comfort fit, the size of the ring also fits looser, which means you should verify the correct size before you buy.
Satin is a happy medium between polished and more rugged finishes. It retains a slight shimmer but has a more matte surface than the high polish. The surface will also have slight lines that give it a paintbrush-style texture. This finish is much more contemporary than the high polish finish, making it a great choice for modern rings.
Tantalum is a cutting-edge metal that is growing in popularity in the wedding ring industry thanks to its rarity, durability, and unique color. Normally, you’ll find tantalum in light to dark gray, but it also often has a blue undertone that makes the color really pop.
This metal is also incredibly durable and resistant to scratching, which makes it a great choice for active lifestyles and low maintenance. However, unlike other durable metals, tantalum is easy to work with. So you can easily add fun details or resize your ring down the road.
Tantalum is a rare metal, and many suspect the supply will run out within the century. That means that it is more expensive than other industrial metals, though it’s still less expensive than precious metals like platinum.