Frequently Asked Questions

Can I engrave my Edward Mirell piece?

Gray can be engraved with standard jewelry engraving tools. Black Ti requires special laser engraving tools.

How do I clean my Edward Mirell piece?

Cleaning these collections involves using a regular polishing cloth or water and non-abrasive soap or cleaner-rinse and dry completely with a soft cloth. Any gray titanium piece of jewelry with a satin finish (stress satin finish) maybe polished with a scotch brite pad to remove any minor scratches. The consumer should rub the piece with the pad in the same direction to achieved desired finish.

How do bring the vivid color back to anodized titanium pieces?

Cleaning these collections involves using a regular polishing cloth or water and non-abrasive soap or cleaner-rinse and dry completely with a soft cloth. You can also apply rubbing alcohol with a soft towel.

Can I cut the ring off in case of an emergency?

Titanium bands can be cut off in case of emergency using standard cutting tools, 2 cuts at 180 degrees from each other.

What if I grow out of my Edward Mirell ring?

Edward Mirell stands behind their products. Since the bands cannot be sized we offer a Ring for Life Program. For a reasonable fee, if the consumer grows out of the size of their original purchase, we will replace the band.

Do Edward Mirell pieces shatter or break?

No. One of the 4 criteria for any metal that is used in the Edward Mirell line is DURABILITY. This is why you will NOT find any tungsten or steel in the Edward Mirell line. Metals used in the Edward Mirell must also be beautiful, versatile and biocompatible.