What is a Paperweight?
Paperweights are decorative objects, designed to hold sheets of paper on a surface to prevent wind from blowing them away. Paperweights have a long history in China, and can even be traced back to the birth date of the paper.
The first documented record of the appearance of a paperweight can be traced back to the Exhibition of Austrian Industry held in Vienna in 1845. From then on, paperweights became popular in western countries.
Tungsten paperweights are composed of a metal alloy, tungsten heavy alloy. The alloy allows for maximum hardness and rigidity without sacrificing tensile strength. Each tungsten paperweight is polished with diamond tools. Each paperweight has a maximum hardness, assuring long-lasting beauty, with a permanent polish. Tungsten paperweights take a brilliant high polish and resist scratching longer than any metal ever offered to the public. Roughly ten times harder than 18k gold and four times harder than Titanium, Tungsten paperweights will never bend out of shape.
It is also possible to have “custom” bars made to your specifications.
Tungsten Heavy Alloy (WHA) Paperweight is guaranteed to never wear, never rust, with high-density and high-performance.