Bentwood Rings

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    How do I know what size to order for my bentwood ring?

    For the most precise measurement, we recommend stopping by a local jewelry shop and have them measure your ring size…

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    What does “bentwood” mean?

    This is the technique used to make our rings. We do not cut the rings from solid pieces of wood…

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    How do you make your wood rings?

    The simple answer… each ring is handmade to respond to the natural grain of the wood. The long answer… we…

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    Where do your materials come from?

    Material from native species has come from storm-blown trees, fallen limbs, and scraps or cut-offs. Exotic species are purchased from…

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    Do the rings have seams? / Where are the seams?

    The rings do have seams, but they are usually not obvious (this varies depending on wood type). We take great…

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    What kind of finish is used on the rings?

    Our standard finish is a cyanoacrylate adhesive which is buffed to a high sheen, resulting in a hard-wearing and glassy…

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    How durable are your wooden rings?

    Steam bending and the method we use to create the ring give it strength. The addition of a modern polymer…

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    Will a wood ring break?

    Yup. Everything breaks. However, we have not yet had a ring fail in any way due to normal wear.

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    How long will a wood ring last?

    We really don’t know. That said, with proper care, there is no reason that a bentwood ring will not last…

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    What can I do to extend the good condition of my wood ring?

    Avoid: exposure to abrasive surfaces and substances, including sand and powder detergent exposure to harsh chemicals over-frequent washing and drying…

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