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The Story Behind the Ring
World War I Uniform Wool Ring Inlay
World War I was the first time this olive drab wool material was issued for our Army troops. During the war you could find both enlisted men and officers in this material with only insignias and black bands separating them among the ranks. The contrast between the wool pattern and 1903 Rifle Stock wood grain creates a striking combination and is guaranteed to be a conversation starter.
1903 Springfield Rifle Stock Wood Ring Inlay
Though first used in the Philippine- American war in the 19th Century, the 1903 Springfield Rifle was officially adopted by the United States for use in The Great War. The 1903 Springfield Rifle Stock wood remains one of the rarest materials for us to find. The deep brown color of the wood pairs well with the World War I Uniform wool and many of our other historic materials like the battleship teaks we offer.
Sterlium Plus Silver
Our silver rings are handcrafted using a modern sterling silver alloy that is scratch-resistant and even more tarnish-resistant compared to standard sterling silver. Our silver rings contain no nickel and are a durable metal option ideal for dailywear.
We are proud to offer Sterlium Plus Silver. It's a unique silver alloy from Stuller that is more durable than traditional sterling silver. Due to its unique properties, Sterlium Plus is also more tarnish resistant and less likely to turn your finger green, yet still has the brilliant luster we love to see in our rings.