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The Guide | Men's Gold Wedding Band with Lapis Lazuli and Antique Walnut Wood

10K, 14K & 18K White, Yellow & Rose Gold

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Available widths: 5mm, 6mm, 7mm, & 8mm
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This ring will be made to order just for you! We will ship this ring within 6 weeks of your order being placed.

The Guide is a tribute to the outdoorsman. This recycled gold wedding band features two unique inlays of reclaimed historic tobacco barn wood and authentic lapis lazuli gemstone. Together these unique materials forge a rustic and outdoorsy design reminiscent of rich blue waters and the wild, sprawling North American walnut wood trees of our late ancestors. This one-of-a-kind ring will be custom handcrafted to order for you.

This Gold Wedding Band Features:

  • SCS-certified 100% recycled gold ring base
  • Authentic hand-ground raw lapis lazuli gemstone ring inlay
  • 1800s historic Tabacco barn walnut wood ring inlay
  • Free ring size-from-home kit available*
  • Fit: Comfort Fit
  • Finish: Polished
  • Available in: 10K, 14K & 18K Yellow Gold, Rose Gold & White Gold
  • Available Widths: 5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm
  • Handcrafted to order in North Carolina, USA
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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FREE RING SIZING KIT

We will ship you a Free Ring Sizing Kit 1-2 days after you place an order when you select "I HAVE NOT used a Rustic & Main Sizer"

Hand Size:

  • Small - sizing kit includes ring sizes 4-6.5 + plus a medium sizer
  • Medium - (most common) sizing kit includes ring sizes 7-12.5 only
  • Large - sizing kit includes ring sizes 13-16 plus a medium sizer

Note: Ring size smaller than what is listed in our kits or unsure of your ring size? Reach out to us via email, phone or live chat so we can assist you further.

Your custom sizer(s) will arrive with instructions on how to use the sizer and how to update your ring size and width for your order when you’ve determined the best fit.

We will not start making your ring until your ring size and width has been added to your order.

Want to change this design or don’t see what you want? We can customize most existing designs or custom make a ring from scratch. Please contact us with questions.

The Story Behind the Ring

Why Buy a 100% Recycled Gold Wedding Band?

Our 100% recycled gold wedding bands use a sustainable form of refined gold that is just as pure and valuable as standard gold but eliminates the negative environmental and social impacts caused by gold mining. This gold wedding band is the perfect way to symbolize your unique love and unity while passing on that love and care to our people, our planet, and future generations.

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 design any day.

Each gold blank used here at Rustic & 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 which holds each business accountable for protecting the human rights of those involved in the jewelry supply chain.

Lapis Lazuli Offset Ring Inlay 

The name Lapis Lazuli originated from the Persian lazuward, "blue." This beautiful ultramarine natural gemstone has been prized for thousands of years.

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Antique Walnut Wood Ring

The antique walnut sourced for the wooden inlay in this ring was hand-picked by a collector in Asheville, North Carolina. It originated from an old tobacco barn constructed in the late 1800s. It's over 100 years old based on the date of the barn, and the tree is likely another 100 years old as well.

When the settlers first came to the New World, they left the forests untouched for centuries with a canopy of colossal trees as far as the eye could see. Much of that old growth is gone, which is sad, not only because we don't have the opportunity to see what our ancestors saw but also because trees begin to exhibit different characteristics the older they get, and it shows in the wood. We feel fortunate to hold a piece of history. One that was alive and steady when the future of our nation was so uncertain.