Womens Rings

  • Oak

    Oak Wedding Ring

  • walnut-with-maple

    “Love is Now” | Maple and Walnut Wedding Band

  • The Infinity

    “Infinity” | Beechwood Ring

  • Bogwood wooden wedding ring

    “The Bogwood” | Bogwood with Oak ring

  • Rosewood Wooden Wedding Ring

    Salvaged Rosewood Ring

  • Hackberry and Rosewood Wooden Ring

    Hackberry and Rosewood Wood Ring

  • Young at Heart- Yin

    “Young at Heart” | Bogwood and Oak Ring (Yin)

  • Yang - Bog Wood Ring

    “Young at Heart” | Bogwood and Oak ring (Yang)

  • SWR Kauri Wood Ring Birch Liner

    Ancient Kauri Wood Ring

  • Seashore's Muse Rosewood and Mother of Pearl Ring

    “Seashore’s Muse” | Rosewood & Mother of Pearl Ring

  • Breaking Traditions Wood Wedding

    “Breaking Traditions” | Mahogany Engagement Wood Ring

  • TheTurquoise

    “The Turquoise” | Bogwood, Oak & Crushed Turquoise Wood Ring

  • Sky Blue Harmony Ring

    “Sky Blue Harmony Ring” | Rosewood & Blue Topaz Engagement Ring

  • Simply Wood Rings - Engagement - Love is Now

    “Love is Now” | Walnut & Maple Wood Engagement Ring

  • paduak wood ring

    “A Caring Heart” | Padauk & Birch Wood Ring

  • mahogany

    Mahogany Wood Wedding Ring

  • Teak incorruptible Birch Liner

    “Incorruptible” | Teakwood Ring

  • zebrawood

    Sahara Zebrawood Ring


Women’s Wooden Rings

Simply Wood Rings women’s wood rings are a beautiful and eco-friendly alternative to metal rings. Our eco-friendly women’s wooden rings are designed by an artist who cares about the environment, made and supported by other creatives who care so much about what they do. It’s our mission to source materials and do business in an ethical manner in every way we can, like using lumber sourced from Horigan Urban Forestry, and using a green hosting service for our website. Our wood rings can only be made one at a time, by an artisan’s hand. We don’t use metal to reinforce the wood. The wood in each ring is manipulated only to the extent that it is capable of being manipulated; its integrity is never compromised. The process works with nature’s engineering, and not against it.