Black Ceramic


Known by another name, titanium carbide, black ceramic is a metal alloy with a hardness comparable to tungsten. It has also been found to form naturally in very rare minerals. Black ceramic has a melting point of over 3000 degrees Celsius, being able to be cased into shapes once it is in liquid form. Whilst it is very similar to tungsten in its difficulty to scratch or break, it is actually very light in mass because of its partial make up of titanium. This makes for a material that is not only strong, but also has a very low weight in comparison to other metals.

Black ceramic in the form of a striped glowstone ring.