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Simply Wood Rings Are Simply Too Cool

By Trish Smith |
To wear something that was once alive, that holds within it still this life, is not the same as to wear a piece of metal that has been mined from the earth.

Discover a collection of beautiful rings made from salvaged and found wood!

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There have many unique rings throughout history: the Lord of the Rings, Johnny Cash’s ring of fire, and of course, the annoying ring around the collar. But I’ve stumbled upon an online store that sells handcrafted wooden rings, and these rings definitely make a stylish and environmentally conscious statement.

Simply Wood Rings is an amazing store that sells a variety of wooden rings. Why wood? The website says, “For us, wooden rings are a celebration of life. To wear something that was once alive, that holds within it still this life, is not the same as to wear a piece of metal that has been mined from the earth.” Wooden rings are also a great alternative for people who are allergic to traditional metal rings.

Most of the wood comes from a variety of salvaged and recycled wooden products, such as a customer’s old violin or baseball bat. Some of the rings are even embossed with turquoise stone and Blue Topaz. If you’re lucky, you might get the engagement ring with the conflict-free diamond!

So, want to see a few of the rings? Here are some of my favorites:

"A CARING HEART" - PADAUK AND BIRCH WOOD RING
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"LOVE IS NOW" WALNUT & MAPLE ENGAGEMENT RING
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"THE TURQUOISE" (BOG WOOD RING)
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"NO BEGINNING OR END" BRAIDED SILVER AND TEAK WOOD ENGAGEMENT RING
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All photos from simplywoodrings

These wooden rings are a great alternative to traditional silver and gold rings. They look natural and beautiful, and they’re made with recycled material. What guy or gal wouldn’t want one, especially after watching this happy video?

Grow Old with You - Thank you From Simply Wood Rings from Gustav Reyes on Vimeo.

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  • Lynn A. 4 years ago
    What a fabulous way to honor Mother Earth by recycling one of her creations for on-going rememberance. My father (deceased) was a finish carpenter and quite the artist with wood!
    I rememember viewing his work monthly and what grant work it was and is yet today.
    After dinner we'd all pile into the '52 Buick and ride to his worksites- he was a proud and skillful artist and a grand carpenter.He could build a house from the ground up and kitchen cabinets were works of art, not just ulitarian!
    Do you have a catalog to share??
  • Codie B. 4 years ago
    Beautiful!
  • Alexandra S. 4 years ago
    These rings are so beautiful! Me and my guy are seriously considering wood rings for our engagement and wedding.
  • josette g. 4 years ago
    beautiful rings. Now I have to find a husband.
  • Christina W. 4 years ago
    Wow! These are gorgeous!
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