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List of Ring Materials

list of ring materials

 

Here, you'll find a complete list of the materials used in our jewelry. If you want to know more about the gemstones we use in our jewelry please see our Stones and Gems Education page. For more in-depth information about our jewelry, please visit our Jewelry Education Center page. Use the buttons below to jump to the specified section. You can click on any of the images in each section to see example products for each of our materials.


Antler

Visit our Deer Antler Jewelry page for more in-depth information. All antler is coated with Ring Armor.

Visit our Deer Antler Jewelry page for more in-depth information.

Dark (Mule Deer Antler)

Tan (Elk Antler)

White (White Tail Antler)

Crushed

Springbok

If you're interested in supplying your own antler, there is no additional cost for customization. Learn more about size requirements and how to send us your antler.


Colored Antler

Visit our Deer Antler Jewelry page for more in-depth information.

Black Colored Antler

Blue Colored Antler

Gold Colored Antler

Green Colored Antler

Orange Colored Antler

Red Colored Antler


Camo

Dymondwood (Camo Dye)

Wetland Camo

Woodland Camo


Colored Enamel

Inject a vivid stripe of color with a durable enamel coating. Enamel pinstripes look great with other inlays or by themselves!

Black Enamel

Black Enamel

Blue Enamel

Blue Enamel

Green Enamel

Green Enamel

Orange Enamel

Orange Enamel

Purple Enamel

Purple Enamel

Red Enamel

Red Enamel

White Enamel

White Enamel

Yellow Enamel

Yellow Enamel


Crushed Birthstones

Garnet

Amethyst

Aquamarine

Diamond

Emerald

Ruby

Peridot

Sapphire

Opal

Topaz

Tanzanite


Dinosaur Bone

Our Dinosaur Bone Jewelry Education page has in-depth information on this unique inlay material, which is also known as gembone. Dinosaur bone comes in a wide range of colors and patterns. No two items will be alike. When you order a dino bone ring, you choose your favorite from our stock.

Red

Pale Blue

Black

Brown

Crushed

Crushed vs. Solid Dinosaur Bone? Opt for solid if you'd like a more prominent pattern and bolder color. Crushed dinosaur bone is coated with Ring Armor protection (includes lifetime warranty), usually has a darker color, more subtle pattern and costs less.

Solid dinosaur bone inlays are only available in rings with a flat or beveled profile.


Fishing Line

Low-Vis Green Line

Hi-Vis Yellow Line


Guitar Strings

We offer the following guitar string options (or you can supply your own).

Nickel Guitar String

White (Nickel) Guitar String

Yellow Guitar String

Yellow (80/20 Bronze) Guitar String

Rose Guitar String

Rose (Phosphor-Bronze) Guitar String

Neon Pink Guitar String

Neon Pink Guitar String

Neon Blue Guitar String

Neon Blue Guitar String

Neon Green Guitar String

Neon Green Guitar String

Neon Yellow Guitar String

Neon Yellow Guitar String

Neon Orange Guitar String

Neon Orange Guitar String

Neon Red Guitar String

Neon Red Guitar String

Flourescent White Guitar String

Flourescent White Guitar String

Black Guitar String

Black Guitar Guitar String


Memorial

You can find more information on our pet memorial jewelry on our Pet Ash Memorial Education Jewelry page.

You can find more information on our pet memorial jewelry on our Pet Ash Memorial Education Jewelry page.

Ashes

Fur

Horse Hoof


Metals

For in-depth information on the types of metals we offer, please see our Metals Education page. You can also visit our Damascus Education page.

Titanium

Tungsten

Copper (Pinstripe)

Palladium

Sterling Silver

Platinum

10k White Gold

14k White Gold

18k White Gold

10k Yellow Gold

14k Yellow Gold

18k Yellow Gold

14k Rose Gold

18k Rose Gold

Black Ceramic^

Black Zirconium

Damascus

Stainless Steel

^Black ceramic is technically not a metal, but this jewelry grade ceramic is used the same as a metal would be for the creation of rings.


Meteorite

You can find more information on our meteorite jewelry by visiting our Meteorite Jewelry Education page.

Gibeon

Mimetic (Engraving)

Muonionalusta Meteorite

Muonionalusta


Mokume Gane

Visit our Mokume Jewelry Education page for more in-depth information on this unique alloy.

Black and Gold

Black and Red

Black and White Mokume Gane

Black and White

Blue Bronze and Red Copper

Blue Bronze and White Silver Mokume Gane

Blue Bronze and White Silver

Cobaltium

Copper Silver

Lapis Mokume Gane

Lapis

Patina

Precious Metal

White Mokume Gane

White


Music Themed

Vinyl


Shells and Stones

Abalone

Chrysocolla

Jade (Green)

Jade (Black)

Jasper

Lapis Lazuli

Malachite

Mother of Pearl

Obsidian

Sand

Sea Glass


Stardust

Stardust is a combination of genuine meteorite flakes embedded in colored enamel.

Black Stardust

Blue Stardust

Green Stardust

Orange Stardust

Purple Stardust

Red Stardust

White Stardust

Yellow Stardust


Stardust with Gold Flakes

Adding shavings of 14k yellow gold gives the meteorite in stardust shine with a bright, complementary color.

Black Stardust with Yellow Gold

Blue Stardust with Yellow Gold

Green Stardust with Yellow Gold

Orange Stardust with Yellow Gold

Purple Stardust with Yellow Gold

Red Stardust with Yellow Gold

White Stardust with Yellow Gold

Yellow Stardust with Yellow Gold


Synthetic Opal

OP03

OP05

OP14

OP17

OP73

OP76


Turquoise & Gem Alloys

Desert Mosaic Turquoise

Lava Turquoise Mosaic

Lava Turquoise

Lightning Turquoise

Kingman Turquoise (Crushed)

Kingman Turquoise (Crushed With Gold Flakes)

Kingman Turquoise (Solid)


Wood

We offer over 100 wood options for your item or you can supply our own wood. Here are some of our most popular options.

Bloodwood

Blue Box Elder

Kauri Wood

Redwood (Ruby)

Tulipwood

Whiskey Barrel Oak Wood


Other Miscellaneous Materials

Arrow

Bike Chain

Carbon Fiber

Celtic Engraving

Concrete

Flower Petals

Goldstone

Golf Tee

Crushed Petrified Wood


Would you like to have an item created with a gemstone and/or material special to you? Contact our custom jewelry design consultants and we'll help you bring your vision to reality.