Siladium is a trademark for a stainless steel alloy used in jewelry, particularly in high school and college class rings. The trademark was registered in 1973 to John Roberts, Inc. , maker of the Artcarved brand of class rings. John Roberts, Inc. , and the Siladium trademark were subsequently acquired by CRC Holdings, Inc. , of Austin, Texas.

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  • Siladium is a trademark for a stainless steel alloy used in jewelry, particularly in high school and college class rings. The trademark was registered in 1973 to John Roberts, Inc. , maker of the Artcarved brand of class rings. John Roberts, Inc. , and the Siladium trademark were subsequently acquired by CRC Holdings, Inc. , of Austin, Texas.
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  • Siladium is a trademark for a stainless steel alloy used in jewelry, particularly in high school and college class rings. The trademark was registered in 1973 to John Roberts, Inc. , maker of the Artcarved brand of class rings. John Roberts, Inc. , and the Siladium trademark were subsequently acquired by CRC Holdings, Inc. , of Austin, Texas.
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