About Ébéniste Wood Rings
Not all wood rings are created equal.
The landscape is often times confusing: Many different styles of wood rings, multiple woods, and different price points. It may be tempting to think that all wood rings are similar, but in this case it certainly pays to be informed.
Most wood rings fall into three categories:
Solid wood rings are made by drilling straight through a solid piece of wood. Given the structure of wood grain the finished product is a particularly weak ring that will break in a matter of days, and the process is extremely wasteful, as most of the wood ends up as dust or chips.
Laminated rings and made by gluing several layers of wood together, much like plywood, and drilling through. The resulting ring is stronger than a solid wood ring, although still somewhat fragile, and every bit as wasteful.
Bentwood rings are made by steaming and bending a single piece of wood around itself, producing not only a strong and beautiful ring that will last a lifetime but leaving little to no waste behind in the process.
Ébéniste Wood Rings
During our humble beginnings Ébéniste Wood Rings experimented with all three styles before exclusively working in the bentwood fashion. It's part of our commitment to quality, to our customers' satisfaction, and to the planet.
- Getting What You Pay For
- Being You
It's our sincere hope that in choosing an Ébéniste wood ring our values speak to you, and that your ring will bring you a lifetime of enjoyment.