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The Story Behind the Ring
The Apollo 11 Moon Landing and Gold
The texture of this ring brought us back to a time when America was wrapped up in the awe and wonder of traveling into space. On July 16th, 1969 America held its breath as together we watched Neil Armstrong plant our beautiful flag in the soil of the moon and declared "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." We are proud of this great country and the pioneering spirit we are known for and glad to capture part of this spirit in the Apollo in Gold.
Faceted Solid Gold Wedding Band
Every Apollo Gold Ring is handcrafted in-house by our skilled crafters. We craft each one of a kind Apollo by placing several faceted sections along the surface of the gold band to bring to life this unique design. After the faceting stage is complete we add texture to each facet to create a dynamic pattern to bring out the beauty of each gold ring. Whether you choose Yellow, Rose, or White Gold each piece will shine under light and is guaranteed to catch the eye.
Why Choose a 100% Recycled Gold Ring?
Our 100% recycled gold wedding bands use a sustainable form of refined gold that is just as pure and valuable as standard gold but without the negative environmental and social impacts caused by gold mining. This gold wedding band is the perfect way to symbolize your one-of-a-kind love while making a positive change for our planet.
Whether you choose White Gold for its cool tones, Rose Gold for its rosy hue, or Yellow Gold for its classic look, your one-of-a-kind gold ring will outshine the average big box jewelry store plain design any day.
Each gold blank used here at Rustic and Main is sourced from Stuller, a brand established in 1970. We are proud to work with a like-minded business that believes in an Earth First Commitment and that every business should operate with social responsibility in mind. Stuller is certified through the Responsible Jewellery Council that holds each business accountable for protecting the human rights of those involved in the jewelry supply chain.