Build a Wooden Ring by Simply Wood Rings

Anatomy of Wooden Rings
Ring Material Flatlay


Tell Your Story with Customer Provided Materials


Our Build a Wood Ring widget simplifies endless possibilities.

We can transform your own wood and other inlay materials, (like stones, fossil and sand), into an elegant and meaningful wooden wedding ring or engagement ring. We also have a variety of special and responsibly-sourced materials. Learn more about many (but not all!) of the great woods and stones we work with. If you do provide materials, wood intended to build a wood ring must be at least 12" x 2" x 2".  Smaller pieces of wood may be used for inlay. Contact us for other options.

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Make Promise Wood Wedding Ring
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Wooden Ring Profiles

Soft Flat Cross Wood Wedding Ring Section

Soft Flat Cross Section
A slightly softer looking profile than totally flat

Reverse D Wood Wedding Ring Profile

D Profile
A ring profile with a round outside and a flat inside

Courting Wood Wedding Ring Profile

Reverse D Profile
Flat on the outside and rounded on the inside (our version of comfort fit)

Courting Wood Ring Profile Profile

Courting Profile
Slightly curved both on the outside and inside of the ring

Why choose wooden rings?

Some people have metal allergies, and others simply like the aesthetic, but for us wood rings are objects that reference the natural world, passing of time, and values of reuse, renewal, and growth. Our ring materials come exclusively from eco-conscious and ethically responsible sources and produced in the same manner. Our wooden rings are handcrafted by our small troop of creative enthusiasts: we care about you, your story, and making you a meaningful ring.

Wooden rings are a celebration of life.

Wood holds past life: the tree it was, the beams that bore the weight of a roof, the guitar that reverberated with music long-lost. The wood we use is matter in progress and we take great care in shepherding it to its next form, honoring all it has been and will be.