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Wooden Engagement Rings A Natural Commitment

Our wooden engagement rings connect you with nature

 

Set of Wooden Engagement Rings made from Yew and OakA proposal of marriage or a joint commitment to become engaged is one of the most important and memorable occasions in a lifetime. We understand the importance of your commitment and will guide you through and help choose the appropriate wooden engagement rings for your occasion.  If you have a passion for nature and love all things organic then our handcrafted wooden rings can offer a beautiful alternative. Their beauty has a unique wow factor coupled with a tactile feel which undoubtedly brings you closer to nature and can signify so much more than an ordinary run of the mill metal wedding band. To reflect your commitment we have designed our wooden engagement rings with strength and durability in mind and believe we have achieved a genuine balance between comfort and strength, without comprimising either. Whether you require your ring to be simple and elegant, made from a favourite tree, or elaborate, perhaps combining different woods or inlays, we believe we can create something truly unique and beautiful that will reflect your devotion and love for each other. A lovely idea would be to send us some sand from a beach with real significance, perhaps where you once had a romantic stroll, and we can inlay this into a ring for you.                                                                                                              

Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements and more information regarding the commission of wooden engagement rings.

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New for February 2013

Silver Birch one of Britain's most loved native woods, handcrafted in to beautiful wooden rings

 

New for July

Our new Holly and Shetland Sand wooden ring

 

Wooden Rings New for November 2012

We are delighted to add to new products to our range of handcrafted wooden rings and hand crafted wooden ring boxes.

 

Bentwood Rings With A Nautical History

Bentwood rings handcrafted from a Mahogany Ship's door

 

January 2014 - our tenth year of making wooden rings

Welcome to The Wood Hut wooden rings website and happy 2014!

 

Wooden Jewellery

Wooden Jewellery if you love wood why not wear it

 

Christmas Closure dates 2012

Please note that our workshop will be closed from Friday 21st December 2012 to Thursday 10th January 2013 inclusive.

 

5th Wedding Anniversary Gifts

New for Autumn, Fall 2013 - fifth Wedding Anniversary

 

Wooden Ring Boxes & Wedding Ring Bearers

Give your wooden ring a home in one of our lovely natural wooden ring boxes

 

Up To Date Wooden Ring News For Autumn 2015

Capture a moment in time, check out some new inlays and be inspired by Scotland's beautiful scenery

 

Handfasting

'Handfasting' is an ancient ceremony of promise or betrothal and commitment.

 

5th wedding anniversary gift ideas

If you are looking for a 5th wedding anniversary gift we have some beautiful wooden rings to suit this special occasion

 

Wooden rings inlaid with sand from your favourite beach

We can keep your memories alive and close to you by inlaying sand from your favourite beach into one of our wonderful wooden rings.

 

Thought of a Wooden Ring for Valentine's Day?

Our wooden rings make the perfect gift for Valentines Day

 

New for March 2013 Chocolate Brown Walnut Ring

Introducing our new Walnut Wood Ring - handcrafted from windfall Scottish Walnut.

 

Scottish Whisky Cask Ring New for Spring 2017

A lovely new design winging its way around the world,

 

Wooden Rings Summer 2018 News

Sizzling wooden rings hot out of The Wood Hut workshop

 

Romantic 5th wedding anniversary wooden gifts October 2014

Our wooden gifts are perfect for your special occasion

 

Bog Oak Rings

Wooden rings made from ancient Irish Bog Oak

 

See what’s new from The Wood Hut summer 2016

Wedding rings with Lapis Lazuli gemstone to the USA, 5th Anniversary ring on its way to New Zealand, 5000 year old Irish wood engagement ring and a storm battered Larch tree ring.