This 8mm Elysium Pressed Black Diamond Wedding Band contains our custom rounded edge design and includes a Rose Gold Mokume Shakudo inlay with a Matte finish.
Elysium rings are solid diamond.
Natural diamond is formed under extreme pressure and intense heat over a very long time. What’s remarkable is that diamond’s raw material doesn’t merely endure the trials of pressure, heat and time—it’s improved by them. Bland, unattractive matter becomes brilliant, striking and harder than any other material on earth.
Elysium black diamond rings are just that – solid diamond. Diamond is the hardest material on earth, rated a 10 on the Mohs scale. It is at least four times harder than tungsten and ten times harder than ceramic. Diamond cannot be scratched, except by another diamond. Elysium is about 10% harder than natural occurring diamond. This means that Elysium diamond rings can be worn for a lifetime and never be scratched unless exposed to another source of diamond material. They are the hardest, most scratch-resistant rings available on Earth.
Using $30 million worth of research and technology, millions of man-made diamond particles are subjected to enormous pressure (1,000,000 PSI) and intense heat (2700 Fahrenheit). Under these extreme conditions, the diamond particles grow together creating an Elysium solid diamond ring. The random alignment or non-symmetrical orientation of the individual crystals during this sintering process produces a solid matrix that does not allow for the reflection of light. This causes Elysium diamond rings to be black in color, which goes all the way through the ring.
Diamond is made to last forever.
In our throw-away culture we use something for a while, then move onto something else. Your relationship, however, is not disposable. It improves over time and is strengthened through trials. Make a statement about your love. Let Elysium be a symbol of your commitment to not only withstand the tests of time and the pressures of life, but to be improved by them—to be perfected by them… together.