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3 Tips to Pick Out the Best Wood Ring

Posted by on May 11, 2020 in Stuff with 0 Comments

So you are looking for a wood ring of your choice. You need to decide whether you want a metal finger ring enchased with wood or a ring with all wood and no metal. Though it sounds simple, making the right choice is not so easy, especially if you are jewelry shopping for the first time in life. You need to research a little and then head for the store. 

According to an article published on https://www.huffpost.com, shopping for an engagement ring is complicated because if you go by traditions, it is the man’s responsibility to pick out the best ring. Therefore, here are three tips to help you:

1. All wood rings 

If you have decided to buy a ring made completely of wood, then bentwood ring is your best bet, as they are designed from a stronger material than those rings made from a woodblock. With the right care and maintenance, these rings will last long, while block wood rings break with a firm press or squeeze.  

Bentwood rings come with a beautiful acrylic finish, but the kind of finish is not that tough as in the case of wood and metal rings. If you are looking for a bentwood ring, make sure it is refinished regularly, as most ring makers offer free service for this or at an insignificant cost. 

Again, wood rings can be inlaid with stone to impress your partner. Ring designers put faceted stones into a metallic setting, and finally stick the said setting onto the ring.

2. Wood and metal rings 

The metals used in wood and metal rings are 14k white, rose gold, yellow, or titanium. The wood is integrated by enchasing it into the metal band and then sealing the same with a strong water-resistant finish. 

The metal adds more strength to the ring, while you can pick from a range of designs, especially if you are looking for wood and gold rings. In this case, you can cast the metal into an appropriate shape. Wood and metals rings can sustain harsh treatment compared to bentwood rings. It is not just because of the metal core, but also due to the ring finish, which protects the wood material.

3. Choose the ring together 

Buying an engagement ring made of wood and gold with studded stones is an expensive affair. Therefore, both man and wife should shop together. This way, you can share the expenses and pick out the ring that both like. Else, there might be confusion or disagreement later if you shop for the ring solo. 

Shopping together for a diamond-studded wood ring will make the shopping experience less stressful for the man. He will know that both like the ring chosen. Moreover, it will also ease the financial pressure on any one person. Both the bride and groom can offer suggestions when selecting the wood ring. This way, no one will feel that his or her view is not respected. 

Final thoughts 

Keep these tips in mind when looking for wood rings for your engagement. Opt for the best material, design, cut, and clarity when shopping for rings.

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