Why are so many people turning to wood inlays?
In the history of fashion ring manufacturing, there has never been a time when there have been such an enormous variety of wood inlay mens wedding rings. Ever!
And in the past decade or so there have been some of the finest artisans in the world of fashion jewelry who have turned to crafting fine, exotic wood inlay bands. There are not many of these fine craftsmen, but the ones who have made it for the first ten years have proven they have an eye for beauty and a process to stand behind their elegant designs.
Wood inlays are a back to nature phenomenon – most of want that feeling of being outdoors, of being free to hike and play and explore and wearing a wood inlay ring is somewhat symbolic of that nature-loving person inside. We find many men, and a number of partners, buying a matching ring for their spouse. Wood is becoming not just the man’s play – but is for everyone.
And the final reason so many people are turning to wood inlay rings is that the old manufacturing method whereby laminates were used and which laminates did not last very long is gone. Few manufacturers make a cheap, wood knock-off these days – they have been replaced with true wood inlay masterpieces with “no seam” designs that are treated with a water protection layer that make them virtually impervious to water damage.
Many reason why these stunning wedding rings are works of art and extremely enjoyable to look at and wear.
Which wood inlay is the most eye-catching and long-lasting?
Well, as you know, beauty lies in the eye of the beholder!
There are just so many to choose from when you consider all of the different wood species these days that are being used for fine mens wood inlay rings including Buckeye wood, Hawaiian KOA wood, Burl wood, Box Elder, Olive wood, Black Ash, Leopardwood, Bamboo, Bloodwood, Cedar, Elm, Gum, Mahogany, the list goes on but suffice it to say there a vast array to choose from.
We have added some of our most popular wood inlay mens wedding rings below.
Can I afford one of the newer exotic wood inlay mens wedding rings?
The price of exotic wood inlay rings ranges from $350.00 up to thousands of dollars.
With that said, if you can wait until a promotion is running on these rings the average price is just around $400.00 for the really nice, exotic inlay, hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind models. This is about the mid-price point for a rather simple gold ring these days.
You can visit our website as noted below to see about 100 different wood inly models.
About the Author.
Ronald C. Johnson is the co-founder and owner of Tayloright LLC, a Utah-based corporation. Before founding the Company, Mr. Johnson earned his B.S. degree from Texas Wesleyan University and spent many years as National Director of T-Mobile USA where he co-authored the book titled: Loyal-T, the ABC’s of Creating Loyal Customers. His career has focused on sales, marketing, and training including 6 years with FranklinCovey in a sales and management capacity. He is married with five children, two grandchildren and resides in Washington, Utah.
About Tayloright LLC.
Based in St. George, Utah, Tayloright LLC, began operations in March of 2009 selling wedding rings, men’s jewelry and rock climbing holds. Currently, Tayloright LLC serves the international wedding band marketplace shipping to countries worldwide. Their innovative products and accessories offer a fashion category that allows both men and women to enjoy eye-catching, stunning designs in alternative as well as precious metals. The Company carries products that are backed by their lifetime defect and sizing warranty. Average wedding band prices from their combined websites range between $300.00-400.00 although they also carry precious metal rings that sell into the thousands of dollars. Its premier website is www.mensweddingbands.com. To see their vast collection of precious and exotic inlay rings made in wood, antler, meteorite and dinosaur bone please see the following link … http://www.mensweddingbands.com/exotic-inlays/?sort=priceasc.