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The Story Behind the Ring
Muonionalusta Meteorite Ring Inlay
The Muonionalusta meteorite said to be the oldest known meteorite, impacted northern Scandinavia around one million years BCE. The first fragment was found in Kitkiöjärvi, Sweden in 1906. There are around 40 pieces of Muonionalusta meteorite known to exist. The ground meteorite produces a black dust with shimmers of silvery iron. We add silver flecks into each meteorite ring inlay to create a unique design reminiscent of the night sky and the space from which it came.
Naturally Shed North American Bull Antler Ring Inlay
The elk antler in this wedding band is sourced from natural sheds by North American Bull Elk. While we're fans of hunting, we like the thought of these rings being connected with a grand creature still roaming our 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.
Fossilized Amber Ring Inlay
When tree sap fossilizes it forms a honey-colored rock called amber. We thought the natural hues in this rock created just the right pop of color in this design.
Titanium Wedding Band
Titanium! The most awesome alloy! We love crafting titanium rings for their durability, strength, natural resistance to corrosion, and sleek, lightweight feel. It has a warm feel compared to other metals and can take on a number of different shades depending on the finish.
We crafted our titanium wedding 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!