Our Woods Collection
Warm tones. Gorgeous grain.
Hewn for Stunning Hues.
Finding the perfect base for your wooden ring can be a challenge, especially considering the huge number of wood varieties to choose from. The types of wood selected for our wooden rings are picked for their stunning hues, beautiful grain character, and rich warm tones. Each ring is handcrafted to bring out the unique character in each wood and craft it into a truly unforgettable design.
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Types of Woods
Purpleheart trees turn quickly from brown to a rich purple color as soon as it's cut and exposed to daylight. It's some of the hardest and most durable wood in the world.
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.
The holly tree has long been a symbol of peace and goodwill. Holly has also been used as a symbol of salvation and sacrifice in Christianity and as a symbol for protection against evil spirits in other beliefs
Weathered Whiskey Barrel
Using a centuries old process, white oak from whiskey barrels is darkened to transform them into a nearly jet black
The black cherry wood used in this ring comes from a 35+ foot tall black cherry tree that came down in our backyard.
It's rich red tones are a vibrant addition to any design.
Our Indian Rosewood has a wonderful rich dark chocolate tone, with delicate hues of deep red blended in.
We love pairing this with florals such as rose and accenting the rich dark brown hues with a touch of gold flake.
Often employed in whiskey barrel making, oak is a common symbol of strength and endurance.
We utilize both natural whiskey barrel and weathered whiskey barrel wood
from a number of popular distilleries to craft unique color contrasts in our rings.
Named for its deep red tones, bloodwood has a truly life giving story. Ancient cultures used the sap to help provided nutrients for babies. Even to this day, the tree's sap is utilized in treating medical conditions.
Known as a wonder tree, Mesquite is staple wood in the American Southwest. It is a highly adaptable and valued tree.
It can adjust its root system to grow in a number of unforgiving environments, far from water.
Wood from maple trees are processed through a unique ebonizing process that results in a wonderful, grey-silver color.
Shown here with a coffee inlay.
Often used in cabinetmaking and in crafting gunstocks, Walnut is valued as a carving wood due to its rich color and grain characteristics.
A symbol for clarity and focus, walnut is synonymous with intelligence and inspiration.
Mahogany has a natural reddish tone that darkens over time.
A token of strength and protection, mahogany trees have been rumored to withstand lightning strikes.