Wedgewood Wood and Titanium Rings

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Titanium rings are nothing new, and wood rings have been gaining popularity on the fashion scene for guys over the past few years, but combining the two together for one stylish offering? That’s something we had never seen before Wedgewood Rings.

The Milwaukee based team is focused not only on making beautiful products, but also being eco-conscious in their development process. Each and every ring is crafted from hand polished titanium that has been paired with recycled wood to complete the look. To ensure that these things will be able to withstand everything your hands go through over the years, all of the rings are also finished off with multiple clear coats. Get yours from Etsy.

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