Wood Types for Wedding and Engagement Rings

Every material holds a story… we value your story.

We responsibly source wood from our region, whether it’s a locally fallen, over-loved playground tree, or salvaged rosewood from a xylophone factory. Each wood has a story. Here’s a sampling of Wood Types for Wedding and Engagement Rings we may have in stock, or have worked with in the past wooden wedding rings.

Base options

Domestic Woods

Ailanthus

Alder

Applewood

Ash

Beechwood

Birch

Cedar

Cherry

Elm

Hackberry

Mahogany

Maple

Oak

Pine

Walnut

Willow

Specialty Woods

Bogwood

Ebony

Gingko Biloba

Kauri

Koa

Padauk

Purpleheart

Redwood

Rosewood

Teak

Zebrawood

We have a lot of latitude with inlay materials for our wood rings.  If it can be ground, crushed, or splintered, it’s a good candidate to be inlaid into your wood ring.

We have a very large and diverse collection that has accumulated over 13 years of generous donations. Listed here is just some of what we have available, and some ideas for sending your own material.

Inlays

Amber
Mother of Pearl
Abalone
Goldleaf
Seaglass
Walnut Shells
Dried Flowers & Leaves
Petrified Wood
Soft Metals (Silver, Copper, Brass)
Coffee

Malachite
Lapis Lazuli
Sapphire
Meteorite
Jade
Citrine
Amethyst
Ruby
Topaz
Emerald

Chrysocolla
Turquoise
Sand
Coral
Granite
Garnet
Opal

Wood for Inlay Only

Olivewood
Kingwood
Tulip Wood
Snakewood
African Black Wood
Elm wood
Holly wood

Contact Us for information about what wood types for wedding and engagement rings we have on hand.

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