LASHBROOK DESIGNS Damascus Steel Ring With Wood Inlay - Arbor

Damascus Steel & Hardwood

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For the guy that appreciates good craftsmanship, this Arbor wood grain wedding band by Lashbrook is the perfect fit. It features an absolutely beautiful blend of rich Cocobollo wood and shimmering gray Damascus steel. Both elements feature intricate detailing, from the subtle grain in the wood to the thin layers of steel. While the Cocobollo wood hails from Central America, the Damascus steel has been made using methods developed by Middle Eastern sword makers as early as 300 B.C.

This wood grain men's wedding band is absolutely stunning and unique. It's the perfect way to stand out while still retaining a classic, timeless look. Find this and other eye-catching men's wedding bands with wood at Titanium Jewelry.

Want a different wood inlay? We can do that!

Click here are the various options for wood inlays that are available. The most common are: Natcoco, Desert Ironwood Burl, & Maple.

Metal:Damascus Steel
Inlay Material:Natcoco Wood
Finish:Acid outside / Polished inside
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Avg. Customer Rating:               (based on 3 reviews)

By April Maximo on Sat, 18 Apr 2015
The ring was exactly what we expected. The packaging it came in was very nice and professional. I highly recommend this company! Thank you!!!!!!

By Bill on Fri, 6 Feb 2015
The ring looks good and arrived quickly as promised.

By masonice on Fri, 2 Jan 2015
Great ring and looks like I hope it would from the pictures.
COMMENT: It's a unique design and the wood inlay is beautiful. Were a unique couple and when we get married, we wanted our rings to reflect our personality. This is a beautiful ring. by Anita R 1/28/2015
COMMENT: looks solid by Justice F 1/8/2015
QUESTION: We are considering this ring... if my husband is a roofer would this be an acceptable ring to consider He is naturally hard on his hands.... can the dimascus be re-polished? by None N 9/17/2016
STAFF ANSWER: The Damascus steel part of the ring would be able to handle that career. And yes, you can always have the wedding band refurbished by polishing and acid finishing it back to factory specs. However, the wood part of this Damascus steel ring is not as durable as the steel. Even though the wedding ring's wood inlay is toughened by enamel I am still not sure how long the wood inlay would last in that environment. We do have other wedding band options he could wear to work. He could consider the 100% scratch proof Elysium diamonds in black wedding bands. Or even tungsten carbide wedding rings. Please let me know if you have anymore questions. by Scott M 9/21/2016
QUESTION: Is this Damascus steel and wood ring made in the U.S. What is the warranty on the wood inlay Is it popular with guys I'm a lady Thanks! by Becky D 9/6/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Also this Damascus steel and wood ring is very popular with the guys. We love mixed materials! And this wedding band or right hand fun ring has two cool materials! by Scott M 9/6/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Yes, this Damascus steel and wood ring is made in the USA. It's made right in Utah USA. Wood is soft so you are right to ask a question like that about a wood inlay wedding ring. The wood is under warranty. If you ever break the wood out of your Damascus steel ring you can send it back to us for replace of the wood inlay. by Scott M 9/6/2016
QUESTION: How durable and scratch resistant is this ring? by None N 11/28/2013
STAFF ANSWER: Damascus steel is hardened steel and pretty scratch resistant. It can be scratched however it's more scratch resistant than gray titanium. The wood has a pretty tough coating. However with aggressive wear I imagine you could scratch through the protective coating. by Scott M 12/10/2013