Our customers never cease to amaze with the creative ways they come to us with ideas of how to express their own unique style or their love for their partner through a piece of jewelry. In many instances, customers approach us about personally supplying a piece of material for rings, many times wood, that has a strong sentimental value that they'd like to incorporate into their jewelry.
In the case of Joel and Lauren, who both work in comedy and have frequent game nights, it was a no-brainer when it came time to create a set of rings that epitomized their relationship. Joel saved one of the Jenga pieces from their first date and he approached us about incorporating it into a pair of wood ring wedding bands. Our response, (after, "Awww, that's so romantic,") was, "Absolutely!" We shaved down the pieces to create an inlay like no other.
Congratulations, Joel and Lauren! We wish you many happy years of Jenga-playing, wedded bliss.
If you have a piece of wood or wooden item that you think might make for a great ring inlay, contact us to see if we can work it into a piece of custom jewelry just for you. Also, see our blog post about sending in your own piece of wood for your ring.
If you don't have a specific piece of wood that you'd like to inlay in your ring, we have plenty of different types for you to pick from. Go with beautiful ironwood, koa wood or the very popular rosewood. Choosing Jack Daniel's Whiskey Barrel is another way to show off your laid-back lifestyle and fun personality.
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