Wood rings make great gifts and engagement rings. They are a great way to show off the natural beauty of wood. We also offer Matching sets at a discount!
1: 1/8" Padauk| 1/8" Maple| 1/8" Padauk
2: 1/8" Cherry| 1:8" Cherry| 1/8" Cherry
3: 1/8" Cherry| 1:8" Maple| 1/8" Cherry
This is a wood ring made from a stack of 1/8" and/or 1/16" thick wood with alternating grain. This gives it more strength than one made from a solid block and creates a gorgeous marbled look. The dark ring is a ring made all from cherry, the red and white ring is made from padauk and maple.
Any Size. You can get your ring size at any Jeweler or Jewelry Department. This Wikipedia article has a good conversion chart. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_size
Beeswax Finish is a beeswax polish made with Organic Beeswax and 100% Pure Tung Oil. This finish is brings out the natural texture and color of wood. It is a low gloss finish, but the wood does have some shine to it.
Glossy Finish uses a Shellac. The Shellac is more glossy and durable, but you lose most texture.
1/8”-3/8” in increments of 1/16” and 1/8".
Thin (1/16”)-Thick (1/8”)
RING STRENGTH: Wood rings are durable, but there are several things that can affect it. The more layers of wood you have, the stronger it is. Each wood is unique and affects the durability somewhat. Thin bands obviously are not as strong as thick bands,
but thick bands can be a bit uncomfortable for smaller hands. The smaller the ring, the stronger it will be. If you are getting a large ring, you might want a thick band. By default, I alternate wood grain direction, which contributes greatly to the strength, but I can align the grains to go in the same direction. I can make the ring in several shapes, including A Circle, an Octagon, a Signet (1 flat end).
I can get all the woods listed below rather quickly, in stock is just what is immediately available, including some woods I do not normally carry.
IN STOCK WOODS:
1/16” Woods: N/A
1/8” Woods: Padauk, Hard Maple, Cherry
ALL AVAILABLE WOODS:
1/16” Woods: Cherry, Walnut, Hard Maple, African Mahogany,
Red Oak, Leopardwood
1/8” Woods: Zebrawood, Bubinga, Cherry, Walnut, Hard Maple,
Soft Maple, African Mahogany, Purpleheart, Wenge, Red Oak,
HOW TO ORDER:
in the note section, write your ring size in the US SIZE OR MM INTERIOR DIAMETER and what finish you want. These rings cannot be resized, so please be accurate with your size.
Request a custom order and I will help you build your perfect ring. matching sets have a 15% discount to the total.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR RING:
Keep your ring out of water. Avoid hitting and scraping the ring against things. Heat can damage both finishes. Both finishes can be repaired by some of their respective finishes, any water based shellac for the glossy and any foodsafe/skinsafe beeswax polish. YOU CANNOT MIX 2 POLISHES. All beeswax rings include a small 1oz jar of finish and care instructions to help you maintain the ring and I can repair any finish issues from wear and tear for $5.
The rings are cut out of the wood using a CNC machine. Your wood ring will not look exactly like the ones above due to differences in pieces of wood. This allows me to be very accurate with the sizing of the ring. The time to process, create, and ship the order will usually take 1-2 weeks unless I have a large amount of orders.
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Just contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 30 days of delivery
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
I will only use your shipping and billing address, and contact information
Foto some products, I use a Computer Driven Router, a CNC Milling Machine, to make the items. I also use a CNC Laser Cutter. For most of the designs, I use Vector Art Software.
The acrylic of the LED sign should be dusted regularly and can be cleaned with water or acrylic cleaner. Let the acrylic dry before returning it to the base. The LED Sign should be turned off every once in a while, one or two times a day, to ensure no damage happens to the base. If your Acrylic gets a scratch, there are dedicated scratch removal kits.