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Lashbrook Wedding Bands

Hardwood Rings

Hardwood rings are a beautiful combination of natural cut hardwood--ranging from Mexican Cocobolo Wood to Box Elder Burl Wood--and custom formed metal. The process begins with the wood being cut and inlaid into the ring. Then a protective resin is applied over the top of the wood to form a protective barrier and make it look more glossy.

Damascus Steel Rings

Damascus Steel rings are made of two alternating types of stainless steel, forged together and worked by hand to produce vivid patterns. Each ring is unique and individual -- no two designs will look exactly alike. The steel is named after Damascus, the capital city of Syria, and was used for manufacturing sword blades. Production of these patterned swords gradually declined and the process was lost to metalsmiths. Today, Damascus Steel is produced by master craftsmen in the United States who mimic the old metalsmithing techniques.

Camouflage Rings

Our selection of camouflage rings uses licensed camo patterns created through sophisticated graphic design, high definition photography, and photo-realistic printing. Modern camo is made to mimic virtually any environment in vivid 3D high-resolution detail. Licensed brands include Realtree, Mossy Oak, and King's Camo.

Gibeon Meteorite Rings

Our Meteorite rings are made in the United States and feature authentic Gibeon Meteorite from Namibia, Africa. The Gibeon Meteorite is made mainly of nickel and iron. Scientists believe it crashed in Namibia over 30,000 years ago. Gibeon Meteorite is known for its striking Widmanstatten lines. These lines are formed over millions of years to create a crystalline structure exclusive to meteorites, making each pattern in each ring one-of-a-kind.

Fun fact! Gibeon meteor fragments are no longer available on the market. In 2004, the Namibian government banned the export of the fragments, so only pre-ban fragments are used today in jewelry, making these rings even more unique!

Tungsten Ceramic Rings

Tungsten, in its raw form, is a steel-gray metal with the highest melting point and highest tensile strength of all metals. It is the only metal that can be permanently polished--the polish will last virtually forever and will never deform. It is ten times harder than 18k gold, five times harder than steel, and four times harder than Titanium with a substantial feel and weight.

Black ceramic rings are the latest in contemporary fashion trends. It is a light-weight material and extremely hard, second only to Tungsten, with a 7 rating on the Mohs scale. It is 100% scratch resistant while being lighter than Tungsten.

Our rings are combined with the two, making them some of the most durable wedding bands known to man with a beautiful two-toned appearance.

Zirconium Rings

Zirconium is a hypoallergenic metal alloy that has a chemical resistance to corrosion and is very lightweight. It is silver/grey in color with a black coloring due to the heat treatment process used to create these sleek rings. Zirconium is durable and shatterproof, making it an ideal choice for jewelry. Compared to Titanium, Zirconium is more ductile and malleable, meaning it is easier to work with and is able to have a broader range of designs. While Zirconium rings are very tough, it is not infallible and will pick up some scratches from everyday wear.

Cobalt Chrome Rings

Our Cobalt Chrome rings are made entirely in the United States and utilize aerospace grade materials. It is an extremely durable material that is five times harder than gold. When compared to Titanium, Cobalt Chrome has a higher scratch resistance. Cobalt Chrome is hypoallergenic, shatterproof, and is equally as white as platinum or white gold without the cost.

Mokume Gane Rings

Mokume Gane is a Japanese phrase that means "wood grain metal." The technique was developed during the 17th century by Japanese master metalsmiths to add adornments to the Samurai swords of the elite warrior class. The process of creating these beautiful patterns includes clamping around 10 to 30 layers of metals between steel blocks and heating the stack in a kiln, allowing the layers to fuse but not melt. It is then forged and rolled to reduce thickness. The finished result is a unique pattern of precious metals merged together to create a topographical map, each result being individual with no two patterns being the same.

Carbon Fiber Rings

Carbon Fiber is an organic polymer sometimes known as graphite fiber. It is made from polyacrylonitrile (PAN), characterized by long strings of molecules bound together by carbon atoms. As such, it is a very strong and very lightweight material--five times stronger than steel and twice as stiff.

Our selection of Carbon Fiber rings are made entirely in the United States and are a premier choice for anyone who doesn't mind straying from the traditional and appreciates clean, technical lines and next-generation design cues.

Titanium Rings

Known as a "millennium metal," Titanium has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metal, making it ideal for use in a plethora of products. Made in the United States using aerospace grade Titanium alloy Ti6Al4V, durability and strength combine to make a comfortable, long-lasting, light-weight, and affordable wedding band option.