The USS New Jersey - Bloodwood Edition

Battleship Teak Wood, Bloodwood & Metal Inlay

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If this ring is for a wedding, please ensure your date includes adequate time for shipping as well as resizing if needed.

Shipping Time

This ring will be made to order just for you! We will ship this ring within 6 weeks of your order being placed.

Launched on December 7th, 1942 -- exactly one year after the bombing of Pearl Harbor -- the famed USS New Jersey battleship would go on to serve in WWII, the Korean War, Vietnam, and kept watch during the Cold War era. After serving 21 years of active duty (49 years in total), she was finally decommissioned in 1991.

She holds the distinction of being the most decorated battleship in US history!

The USS New Jersey Ring Features:

  • Historic Teak wood ring from the decks of the USS New Jersey battleship
  • A deep, red bloodwood ring liner
  • An offset metal ring inlay (your choice)
  • Handcrafted to order in North Carolina
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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We will send you a free ring sizer with your order. You'll also receive instructions for updating your ring size before we begin creating your ring.

The Story Behind the Ring

Historic Teak Wood Ring

The outside of this ring is made from the original teak decking of the USS New Jersey battleship. The same wood walked upon, fought upon, and stood upon by US sailors of many generations.

Bloodwood Ring Liner

We wanted to honor the history of this grand vessel and the many men who served over the years by using a bloodwood liner. Though the USS New Jersey had relatively few casualties during her years of service, all who served gave their time and lives in the service of freedom. We also feel that these historic woods represent the effort of all our men and women who served to protect the liberties we hold dear.

Note: We make an alternate version of this ring with your favorite whiskey barrel as the lining as well. See that ring here.

Offset Metal Ring Inlay

We added a touch of class to this ring by adding an offset metal inlay. We chose yellow gold for the rings you see pictured, but these rings look great with any metal you choose.