The Story Behind the Ring
World War I Uniform Wool
The olive drab wool is cut from a US Army WWI uniform. In most cases, this was a shirt (sometimes called a tunic) that the soldiers wore as the first piece of clothing in their uniform. It makes a striking contrast and conversation piece.
1903 Springfield Rifle Stock
Although they are becoming increasingly difficult to find, we use WWII era Springfield 1903 stocks for this ring. The deep walnut color pairs well with the wool and makes for a grand story.
Titanium Wedding Band
The matte finish on the titanium shows off the grey hues of this strong, yet lightweight metal. It reminds us of the old grey steel so often seen in the hands of our heroes.
We crafted our titanium bands as an ode to the old Airstream trailers and the silver airplanes from the 1930s and 40s. Your ring is guaranteed to have a classy look that spans generations!