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Exotic Hardwood and Stainless Steel Rings, Made to Order
Wood Species: These exotic hardwoods are ethically sourced from countries all over the world. They are purchased from reputable wood dealers whose sources are licensed to distribute these wood products.
African Blackwood – East Africa. Extremely hard. Used in pool cue sticks and musical instruments.
Amboyna – Malaysia. Beautiful brown colors in the burl.
Bloodwood – Venezuela, Peru, Panama. Very dense cell structure. Color is Red.
Bocote – Mexico. Native to Mexico. Very dense cell structure. Zebra-like stripes from brown to yellow.
Brazilian Ebony – Brazil. Hard and heavy. Black color.
Bubinga – Central Africa. An alternative to Rosewood it is pink, red but darkens with age.
Caribbean Rosewood - South America. Also known as Chechen. Beautiful red brown coloring.
East Indian Rosewood – India. Color is golden brown to dark purple, brown. Used to make pool cues and furniture.
Goncalo Alves – South America. Color is light to deep reddish brown.
Granadillo – Central America. Very dense wood with color streaks and stripes of reddish brown. Also known as Mexican Rosewood.
Guyana – South America. Pale yellow color.
Lignum Vitae – Caribbean and northern South American coast. Very hard wood that has been used to make bearings, bushings, and mallet heads. National tree of the Bahamas.
Marblewood – South America. Also known as Serpent Wood has distinctive patterns of brown and beige.
Olive Wood – Europe, Middle East. Extraordinary grain patterns.
Osage Orange – USA. Yellow and Orange in color.
Purpleheart – South America. Beautiful purple color that may turn purplish brown.
Redheart – Honduras. Red hardwood may change to reddish brown color over time as most redwoods will do.
Walnut – USA. Color ranges from light brown to a deep chocolate color.
Wenge – Africa. Color is very dark brown to black.
Zircote – Central America. Color is medium to dark brown with black swirling streaks. Used for making musical instruments.
Available Sizes: 7 8 9 10 11 12
Special wood requests and sizes will be considered at a slight premium.
Construction Method: The ring begins as a block of wood that is turned on a wood lathe. It is then fit into the stainless-steel ring core. Once the wood and metal components are assembled the shape is refined and sanded. Next many layers of a protective, skin safe, polymer finish are applied and then buffed and polished to seal the wood and protect it from moisture and wear.
Care Instructions: The layer of wood is protected with a super hard protective finish which seals and protects the wood from moisture. It is best to avoid prolonged exposure to water, such as swimming or bathing, and care should be taken to preserve the beauty of your ring. You can polish your ring to return the luster if necessary.
Variations: Due to the natural variations in the wood, your custom ring may look different from the ring or wood sample you see in the store or online. There is a variation in color tone, texture, and grain in each piece of wood.