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Carbon6 Combines Forged Carbon Fiber and Custom Damascus Steels with White and Rose Gold, for Elevated, Alternative Wedding Band Looks

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – With spring looks come spring intent, and the rush to say, “I do.” This February, Carbon6 is launching Carbon Gold, handsome rings adding next level luxury to the existing Carbon Collection. Available in both 18K white and rose gold, the design-driven company merges its proprietary forged carbon fiber with an inner ring of gold for modern luxury. The collection will launch to the fine jewelry trade, available for order during the JCK show, Booth DC25, at Starr Pass, which will be held from January 31st-February 3rd, in Tucson, Arizona.

Carbon6 Combines Forged Carbon Fiber and Custom Damascus Steels with White and Rose Gold, for Elevated, Alternative Wedding Band LooksJohn Easley, Principal Designer, says, “We wanted to focus on forged carbon fiber for our men’s wedding collection because it is symbolic of the best of what a partnership can be. We started Carbon6 with the goal of creating a band that would be attractive and strong, but also meaningful. What drew us to forged carbon was that it uses two different materials-each of which has unique strengths that the other lacks-that come together to create something stronger, more durable, and more beautiful than either material could be on its own. Pairing it with 18 Karat gold to include the symbolism of gold, this beautiful and incorruptible material, further deepened that symbolism. We’re excited to be launching in Tucson, as this show is the perfect place for truly unique high-end pieces.” For retailers looking for a customizable, handsome, yet durable alternative wedding option to offer in-store, Carbon Gold rings offer the perfect synthesis of elegance, technology, durability, and understated style.

The company is also launching all three Damascus ring styles-Python, Driftwood, and Woodgrain-with two new interior options: an 18 Karat white gold interior, as well as a forged carbon fiber interior.  In addition, a Spider Silk Damascus ring with an 18K gold interior will be newly introduced. Every Carbon6 Damascus collection ring is handcrafted from custom-forged, American-made Damascus steels. Their unique patterns are a result of the forging process, during which two different steels are forged together. After each ring is cut, it is given an acid bath, during which the acid washes away one of the steels faster than the other to reveal the unique pattern of each piece.

Every Carbon6 ring is designed and handcrafted in-house at the company’s Brooklyn, New York, workshop using the highest-quality, American-made materials.

For retailers placing their first order with Carbon6, shipping is complimentary. Appointments are highly encouraged.  

To learn more or to shop their collections, visit their website at www.carbon6rings.com,  or call 607-229-3611. For inquiries regarding this press release, contact Olga Gonzalez of Pietra PR at [email protected], or call 212-913-9761.

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