Wood Rings with Silver or Stainless Steel Applications

Curved Design: size (front): approx. 19 x 31 mm | Salamander: width (front): approx. 18 mm | Star: width (front): approx. 19 mm | Iron Cross: width (front): approx. 20 mm

White Spiral: size (front): approx. 26 x 26 mm | Striped: size (front): approx. 24 mm

Handmade from natural materials: slight variations in size, color, form and material structures are possible

Handcrafted rings from wood with different inlays

  • Curved Design: ebony wood with .925 sterling silver applications
  • Salamander: Indonesian ebony wood with highly polished stainless steel Gecko / Lizard
  • Star: Ebony wood with highly polished stainless steel inlay "Nautical Star".
  • Iron Cross: black ring of ebony wood with .925 sterling silver Iron Cross / Knight's Cross.
  • White spiral: Square ladys ring in Banyan wood with black resin pad and white spiral motif.
  • Striped: wood ring with silver and copper inlays

Our organic jewelry are absolutely harmless and therefore optimally suitable for persons with allergies through the skin-friendly properties of this material.

Since rings from natural materials can break more easily than rings made of metals, the ring size should be chosen always slightly larger. Rings from wood, horn or bone too tight are more likely to crack or break.

The lizard as a spirit guide opens the gates to the realm of dreams. It teaches us to pay attention to our dreams and understand and live by their messages - to trust our intuition. The lizard is a powerful and helpful companion to realize our wishes and dreams. It plays a vital role in native american mythology. In the indian culture the lizard symbolizes the life-giving power of the sun and promises luck and blessing.

The Iron Cross is closely associated to Germany since here it represents the highest military commendation. It was founded by emperor Friedrich Wilhelm III. of Prussia in 1813 during the war agains Napoleon and consists of silver rimmed iron. It was awarded in all later wars up to Worldwar 1. As opposed to the swastika the iron cross was never removed from the german iconography.

Templar / Knights Cross:
The "Templar's Cross" (also "paw cross" or "lily cross") was only worn by the elite of the templar knights. The tips of the cross (paws) stood for the connection of intellectual power to the bravery of the knights through the cross of christ.