A new element named Menachanite was first discovered by an amateur mineralogist named Rev. William Gregor in the year 1791 in Cornwall. This was to become the 9th most common element on the earth. In the early 20thcentury a method was developed from which the metal now known as Titanium (named after the Greek God Titan) was successfully produced.
TITANIUM – A GOD AMONGST METALS
Titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of all metals. It has excellent resistance to corrosion and because it is inert qualities, it has become the preferred metal used for body implants due to its hypoallergenic qualities.
Titanium’s durability, strength, hypoallergenic characteristics as well as the unique and natural colours produced by a process known as anodic oxidation, make it one of the most useful and desirable metals used in the design of jewellery today.
We use only pure titanium in our Ti2 Titanium products. We have 35 years of experience designing and working with titanium. The metal is as beautiful as it is practical and makes a bold statement in all forms of jewellery.