Does anyone know of a local jeweler/craftsperson who makes wood engagement rings? A friend has a loose diamond that he’d like made into a ring for his sweetie, preferably in wood.
Woodchuckcase â€” 101 E. Superior St.: This recent startup based in St. Louis Park, Minn., designs and custom makes wooden cases for phones, tablets, laptops and headphones. They emphasize U.S.-made craftsmanship, using authentic and sustainable materials.
Or Hippie Dick.
There is a local woodturners club here in town that may have some members that make rings. You could try e-mailing dthallb @ msn.com to enquire. There is also a woodworker from Michigan who does podcasts and YouTube videos that makes wooden rings.
I had one made through Sivertson Gallery many years ago by a very talented (and reasonably priced) gentleman up the shore. I can't recall his name, but if you contact the gallery, I'm sure they have his info.
I made my own wedding band this summer based loosely on the methods described in this instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/Bentwood-Rings/
Making the band itself was pretty easy. I went to Eslabon Jewelry Designs (207 W. Superior Street, Suite 230, Duluth) to brainstorm ideas for a setting. Orlando was really helpful and did a great job creating a setting and mounting on the ring.
All said and done the ring with setting cost around $100. The ring itself cost roughly $5 in materials and several hours of careful sanding...
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