Larson Jewelers Expands Wood Inlay Rings Line

The leading wedding band retailer announces the addition of the new exotic hardwood inlay ring styles from Thorsten Rings, one of the top designers of alternative metal contemporary wedding bands.

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Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2014

Larson Jewelers (http://www.larsonjewelers.com) is proud to announce they now carry Thorsten Rings’ Summer/Fall tungsten wood inlay ring styles. This line is made of real exotic hardwood and tungsten for strength and beauty unlike any other ring on the market. The rings are constructed by machining a channel into a tungsten ring, inlaying exotic hardwood into it, and sealing the wood with a tough waterproof resin to prevent any damage to the wood from everyday wear.

All together, Thorsten has released 8 types of hardwood inlay tungsten rings. They chose from the most highly sought after types of exotic wood with beautiful wood grain patterns. “We are excited to offer our customers rings of unique character, such as Koa wood tungsten rings made from rare Hawaiian Koa wood.” says Vanessa LeBeau, marketing manager for Larson Jewelers. Other types of equally exotic imported wood styles are teak, mahogany, zebrawood, padauk, and sapele. For those who prefer a North American hardwood, they have wood inlay rings made with American cherry wood and ash wood, which is used to make one of the most iconic American products; the wooden baseball bat.

Wood inlay style rings have become increasingly popular in recent years. When these styles first hit the market, people were fine with any kind of inexpensive wood, as long it was real wood. Over time consumers have become ever more sophisticated, and have begun to demand higher quality exotic hardwood. These are the same types of wood used to make high quality musical instruments, interiors of luxury automobiles, and high end furniture. They are prized for their durability, beautiful color or appearance, and their resistance to rot.

Wood rings make great everyday rings for casual wear, but can be used as wedding bands as well. The grain pattern on each piece of wood is unique, much like a fingerprint. That means no two rings are the same. Wood has been prized by humans since the beginning of civilization for its many uses, so it’s no surprise wood jewelry has become an instant hit since hitting jewelry stores.

About LarsonJewelers.com:
LarsonJewelers.com specializes in unique rings and wedding bands. To learn more about our wood inlay rings collection, please visit: http://www.larsonjewelers.com/c-46-wood-inlay-rings.aspx.


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