Each and every ring we offer is unique in its own way and has a meaning to the one who wears it. We are tired of wedding bands that look the same, lack meaning and overly priced. We want them to remind our wearer that love and devotion should not be defined by a price tag. They are designed in a way that when worn, they actually have an effect on you, emotionally.
Because of that, you need to pick out your wedding ring by thinking deep about your personality and relationship goals. Whether you want to remember the day you met your significant other, enjoy the beauty of the present or be empowered by the excitement of the new life ahead.
All of our designs use only the finest quality tungsten carbide; we are not big fans of overpriced materials. Why? Tungsten carbide is the most scratch resistant metal known to man. Tungsten carbide jewelry is affordable, and has a nice weight to it, like gold and platinum. It is also hypoallergenic; people with allergies to gold jewelry can wear tungsten jewelry.
Always remember that, less is more.
The thing is, wedding bands don't need to be as expensive as most stores make them to be. We try to be affordable for everyone. By using efficient manufacturing techniques and being innovative, we can keep the price low.
We also believe in free shipping. Nobody wants to be greeted by a $10 extra shipping charge on the checkout screen after spending a long time entering their address and details. That’s just rude.
All of our tungsten rings come with free shipping and no unpleasant surprises!
To stay affordable, yet produce high-quality rings, we have cut down on our shipping costs. Most of our rings don’t come with super-fast delivery, but that is quickly changing thanks to our constant innovation.
Our plan is to bring an end to over-priced, meaningless jewelry while improving the quality, packaging, community – everything.
This is the mission of Minimal Totem. If you appreciate it, why not join our community?
1. Wrap a strip of paper or a piece of non-stretchy string snugly around the base of your finger. Keep in mind that your fingers will swell, and you should leave a little room for the ring.
2. Mark the point on it where it completes the circle.
3. Measure the length of the string or paper. Measure it from the beginning to the mark with a ruler or tape measure. This is the circumference of your finger.
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