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The Story Behind the Ring
Recycled Solid Gold Men's 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.
Mahogany, a wood revered for its rich color and enduring strength, finds a special place in The Muir ring. While not native to the landscapes that John Muir explored, its inclusion in this piece symbolizes the universal beauty and resilience found in nature's creations. The deep, warm tones of mahogany evoke a sense of timeless elegance and connection to the Earth, mirroring Muir's own profound relationship with the wilderness. Its presence in the ring serves as a bridge, linking diverse ecosystems and reflecting the shared values of respect and preservation that define the legacy of John Muir. For the wearer of The Muir, the mahogany inlay is a reminder that nature's wonder transcends boundaries, uniting us in admiration and stewardship of our world.
Natural Peridot Ring Inlay with Gold & Silver Flakes
Prized for its rich green color and unique mineral composition, peridot is a form of olivine, a mineral that is formed deep within the earth's mantle and brought to the surface through volcanic activity. It has also been found in some meteorites and comet dust. Peridot has been called the "Evening Emerald" because of its ability to keep its glow under starlight. The Peridot in this ring is an eye-catching element that both softens the overall aesthetic while contributing to the unique story of the Muir ring.