Grass Valley, CA (PRWEB) January 31, 2006
Allergies to traditional engagement ring metals such as gold and platinum are on the rise, according to recent surveys.
"Metal allergies have been rising steadily for the past twenty years," said a spokesman for Titanium Rings Studio, whose products are designed with allergies in mind. "Although nickel remains the metal which triggers most allergic reactions, gold and platinum can also cause problems – which can be heartbreaking for the recently engaged, who look forward to wearing a sparkling engagement ring."
It's partly because of this increase in metal allergies that Titanium rings have emerged as one of the leaders in the pre-Valentine's Day ring-rush.
"Hundreds of people will propose to their loved-ones this February 14th," commented the spokesman. "And many of those people will be giving Titanium rings – not just because of their hypoallergenic qualities, but because the metal is also lightweight and versatile enough to create some stunning designs."
And Titanium Rings Studio should know. As leaders in the engagement-ring field, they're currently gearing up for the busiest season of the year. "Valentine's Day is definitely the busiest time of year for proposals," confirmed a spokesman for the firm. "But we always advise anyone thinking of buying a surprise engagement ring to first of all make sure that it will be suitable for the recipient, and that includes checking to make sure that it won't cause an allergic reaction.
"If in doubt, a Titanium ring is always the safest bet: and it'll look better, and more unique than traditional gold or platinum in any case."
For more information on Titanium rings, and to browse the collection available from Titanium Rings Studio, visit http://www.tirings.com.