This ring lies at the precise junction between the classic and the unique. Chasing Victory’s cornerstone design, its provenance lies at the heart of our inspiration: Wood inlay rings made of the finest ethically sourced woods, diamonds, and fine metals. The yellow gold settings, gently swaying upward from the heartwood, evoke her grace and her elegance, the polished walnut inlay, her hardwood resolve, and the diamonds, now larger than earlier designs, her class and taste.
14K Yellow Gold
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Center stone .50ct Round Diamond G, H, I Clarity: SI1 Cut: Very Good, GIA Certified
Side Stones: (2) Round Stone size: .25 ct. (4mm) Color: G, H, I Clarity: SI1
The string of diamonds across the top bring light into the dark Hawaiian Koa wood, making for a stark contrast that accentuates the inlay, draws attention to the engagement ring with which it’s coupled. This ring fits well with the beautiful dark Koa or Jack Daniels or makes pop a brighter wood like the Kauri. The versatility and grace of this ring makes it suitable for any of our engagement ring designs.
14K White Gold
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(8) set SI1 2.2mm .05 carat, G-H Color, Very Good-Cut
This is the ring you find while walking in a shady wood, soft and gentle vines winding their ways up the mossy trunks. Tangled in the vines, inseparable from the natural world, from the spirit the natural world embodies, is this ring. The Celtic knot, without beginning or end, looping over itself in a compact pattern of strength and security, symbolizes the eternal, the bonded. An emblem of security, an emblem of comfort, for a partnership whose roots run deep into a core of friendship and cooperation.
14K White Gold
Jack Daniels Whiskey Barrel Wood
2mm thick band
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Diamond; .75ct, SI1 Clarity, G-H Color, Good - Very Good Cut, GIA Certified
In contrast to our rosewood titanium band, designed to accentuate the red of the wood, the titanium of this ring melds perfectly with the softer brown of the Jack Daniels Barrel wood. This woman rolls up her sleeves, laces up her boots, and gets to work. Her hands are tough, her skin tanned from the outdoors, her hair tied back in a ponytail or stuffed into a cap. She’s the kind of woman who’s at home with her arms elbow-deep in the engine of a classic car or tasting the first hearts of the small distillery she runs out of her garage. It’s the ring of a craftswoman, artist, tinkerer, worker.