Ringswoman talks like she is a jeweler, which I have been for 36 yrs. Although her facts came right off the net, she is somewhat correct. The real reason why is as follows and is very simple:
Like platinum, titanium, its an extremely hard metal to work on or melt. To craft such hard metals takes special equipment and its not cheap. Just one centerfuge machine I own cost $60 thousand dollars. Craftsmen charge huge money for custom orders. One adies ring can be upwards of $1500 dollars. That's why!
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Last edited at 6:16PM on 12/9/2013
I think there have four factors to affect the tungsten jewelry’s price – rarity, perfection, high-tech process, the 857 standard.
Rarity The tungsten contains the rare metal, like the tungsten carbide, germanium, and magnetic metal and so on.
Perfection The tungsten carbide has much character is the other metals can’t rival: the hardness is after Diamond
High-tech process The third factor is the high-tech process, the tungsten jewelry’s process is quite complex, it contains a serials high-tech process.
The 857 standard The top tungsten jewelry contains 85.7% tungsten carbide, this is the international standard in the tungsten jewelry, and the accuracy determines the jewelry’s quality.
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