"Dionysus" Whisky Barrel x Turquoise x Naturally Shed Antler Rose Gold Ring- Domed

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This ring is the ultimate outdoorsman ring.  It is a masterfully crafted rose gold plated tungsten ring that includes inlays of Aged Whisky Barrel, Beautiful Turquoise, and Naturally shed elk antler.  This has been a customer favorite, and we can certainly see why, it is so much of natures beauty captured in one place. 


Why Choose Us for Your Wood Wedding Ring?


- Very Customer Friendly Business
- No wear restrictions like the competition.
- We have a charitable mission
- We have over 5,000 reviews of 5*
- We promise to take the stress out of wedding planning


Ring Sizing

Our rings are based on comfort fit sizing. We recommended having your ring finger measured at least twice to make sure that you get the appropriate size. In the case of the wrong size ring, we will do our best to make it right, but there will be a small shipping charge to make the exchange. 


Also, please keep in mind that ring sizing is more art than science.  Any given finger may be able to comfortably span a full size.  Some (myself included) prefer a looser fit, where it will not fall off, but it will never put the squeeze on as finger sizes change during the day.  One thing we promise, is that we will make sure that you get what works best for you!




Customer Reviews

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Taylor Nelson
Great ring! Color was okay

Wish this ring was a more true rose gold hue. Looks more along the lines of a chocolate/bronze/coffee finish. Otherwise it's a beautiful ring!

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John M. Carlson
Outstanding

Makes this 78-year-old newlywed look ready. This ring brings me memories of my grandfather's wine barrels, of my days in El Paso, New Mexico and Arizona(turquoise), and my time spent in the National Elk Preserve, Jackson Hole, WY and the Smokey Mountains, Cherokee, NC.
(note of interest)
In Early 2001 marked the appearance of the first elk to set its hoof on the soil of Great Smoky Mountains National Park since the turn of the nineteenth century. The intention of this reintroduction of elk was to determine if it was possible for elk to sustain themselves here after a 200-year absence. Thirteen years later, the park and the surrounding area are home to approximately 140 elk. They are sometimes spotted grazing in the fields near the Oconaluftee Visitor Center. Some of the best viewing is at Cataloochee, north of Waynesville. We invite you to come and find them. But will your friends believe you when you tell them you saw wild elk? You may have some explaining to do—so bring a camera.

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Beth M
Love them

My husband and I bought them for our 25th anniversary and we love them.

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Gracey Garrison
Love it

My husband loves his ring!!! A great quality ring

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Felicia Mathis
Love it <3

I would like to say that I'm jelly of my husband's ring. It fits perfect and he loves it too ! Thank you so much!