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Handcrafted Y - Ring - Sapele Wood - Fully Custom - Unique Design

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Sapele is a gorgeous wood I was initially interested in the gleam it had when used on guitar finishes but I found that it was a whole new ballgame of beauty on rings. Yes, it still keeps its shine but when you look around you notice that the rest of the ring gains a matte look despite being polished and shiny. The angles bring a whole new aspect to the wood that has me mesmerized.

The Y-Ring (Man this guy is one slipped consonant from being the weirdest Star Wars fan boy in the world.) All self mental abuse aside this ring is just a fancy band. I would say something about it being more engagement ring style for women.... But to be honest it is my favorite one to wear. It is Extremely Comfortable and looks Great. In the future I may try to make it pair with a band for a full wedding ring and band combo but I have not gotten around to it yet.

Why Wood? Well if you're reading this then you understand the first reason. Because it is beautiful! Wood gives so much variety to work with and each one I make, no matter how I try to make them uniform, each one will be entirely unique. There are many other things I have found that I personally like about them. They are not obtusely heavy. This is good for those who don't mind forgetting about wearing them because the don't have to be reminded about the burden on their hand. They fall off less. Due to the light weight nature of wood and the contouring I do to the ring oftentimes cannot get enough momentum to fall off your finger.

In making the ring I use heat and water to contour the wood into the correct size and shape to start my crafting. The reason I use this method is because drilling into the wood makes a weak wood because you are not using the strength of the wood. Instead you are exposing the weakness of the grains. After Molding I use hand tools to shape the wood to the desired design. I Prefer to use sanding methods when I am defining the shape of the ring and bringing it out of the details in the wood. Once I am done shaping the piece I use a water resistant lacquer to seal the ring and then I polish the seal to bring out a glimmering sheen.

What about durability? They are strong! So strong I put a 1 year questions free warranty on each ring I make. (When I say questions free I mean you're going to get a new one no matter what happened. I do not mean you wont get all my questions on how you managed such a feat!) If you send it back to me for whatever reason with any sort of damage I will repair or replace the product I made for you.

It should be noted that each piece of wood I use will be slightly different because wood grain is like a snowflake, each is unique and yet all still lovely in their own way. All this to say, you will not be getting the exact ring in the photo because yours is not made yet.

Sizing. It should be noted that when sizing there are two types of sizes an thin and a thick sizing. I make the sizes from 10mm Down to 3mm. Even the most narrow I can make a ring it will be considered "think" in sizing. Please make sure you order in the correct size and if you realize you made a mistake contact me ASAP! I will try to accommodate with any changes before shipped.
Sapele is a gorgeous wood I was initially interested in the gleam it had when used on guitar finishes but I found that it was a whole new ballgame of beauty on rings. Yes, it still keeps its shine but when you look around you notice that the rest of the ring gains a matte look despite being polished and shiny. The angles bring a whole new aspect to the wood that has me mesmerized.

The Y-Ring (Man this guy is one slipped consonant from being the weirdest Star Wars fan boy in the world.) All self mental abuse aside this ring is just a fancy band. I would say something about it being more engagement ring style for women.... But to be honest it is my favorite one to wear. It is Extremely Comfortable and looks Great. In the future I may try to make it pair with a band for a full wedding ring and band combo but I have not gotten around to it yet.

Why Wood? Well if you're reading this then you understand the first reason. Because it is beautiful! Wood gives so much variety to work with and each one I make, no matter how I try to make them uniform, each one will be entirely unique. There are many other things I have found that I personally like about them. They are not obtusely heavy. This is good for those who don't mind forgetting about wearing them because the don't have to be reminded about the burden on their hand. They fall off less. Due to the light weight nature of wood and the contouring I do to the ring oftentimes cannot get enough momentum to fall off your finger.

In making the ring I use heat and water to contour the wood into the correct size and shape to start my crafting. The reason I use this method is because drilling into the wood makes a weak wood because you are not using the strength of the wood. Instead you are exposing the weakness of the grains. After Molding I use hand tools to shape the wood to the desired design. I Prefer to use sanding methods when I am defining the shape of the ring and bringing it out of the details in the wood. Once I am done shaping the piece I use a water resistant lacquer to seal the ring and then I polish the seal to bring out a glimmering sheen.

What about durability? They are strong! So strong I put a 1 year questions free warranty on each ring I make. (When I say questions free I mean you're going to get a new one no matter what happened. I do not mean you wont get all my questions on how you managed such a feat!) If you send it back to me for whatever reason with any sort of damage I will repair or replace the product I made for you.

It should be noted that each piece of wood I use will be slightly different because wood grain is like a snowflake, each is unique and yet all still lovely in their own way. All this to say, you will not be getting the exact ring in the photo because yours is not made yet.

Sizing. It should be noted that when sizing there are two types of sizes an thin and a thick sizing. I make the sizes from 10mm Down to 3mm. Even the most narrow I can make a ring it will be considered "think" in sizing. Please make sure you order in the correct size and if you realize you made a mistake contact me ASAP! I will try to accommodate with any changes before shipped.

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Handcrafted Y - Ring - Sapele Wood - Fully Custom - Unique Design

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  • Handmade item
  • Style: Y-Ring
  • Material: Wood
  • Can be personalized: Yes
  • Made to order
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