We started the tungsten wood ring trend and we still make the best wood rings. Not surprisingly, it all comes down to the wood. Sure you can find cheap wood rings with questionable wood, but we hand pick and finish our "silky Oak" from the Big Island of Hawaii. Why does this matter? Only the most rare and unique portions of the tree will really showcase well in a ring setting. Pictures simply can't do it justice.
I created the tungsten and wood rings out of necessity. I destroyed a wood and titanium ring that I purchased for my wedding and wanted something that would stand up to my renovation jobs and stay looking brand new. After months of trial and error, I finally figured out how to bend the wood properly and was off and running.