The Story Behind the Ring
Pink Ivory Wood
Once considered more rare than diamonds, pink ivory wood was treasured by the kings and queens of old. The tree itself takes hundreds of years to grow large enough to create even a small bowl, so the wood can only be harvested by a select few. We are fortunate to have some reclaimed African pink ivory.
The elk antler in this wedding band is sourced from natural sheds of Colorado Bull Elk. While I'm a fan of hunting and get out a few times during the season, I like the thought of these rings being connected with a grand creature still roaming that beautiful country.
Just like wood, each antler has unique characteristics that make every ring one of a kind. Some of our elk antler inlays will have a bit more color to them, while others are quite white. We try our best to find a good balance when crafting each ring by hand.
Can you use antler I send in?
Unfortunately this has proven to be difficult. We're pretty picky about the antler we use in our rings and each one goes through a process to make the ring as strong as possible. So, we are not able to use antlers from our customers.
Dual Metal Inlays
The metal inlays work to ease the contrast from the elk antler to the pink ivory wood, and adds a touch of class to this ring. If you're looking for a particular color of metal, we can certainly accommodate. Just select your preference on this page.