Wood rings captivate with their size and eye-catching hand-painted designs. Chic-Net's wooden ring assortment includes a wide range of shapes, colors and sizes. Whether monochrome hand-painted in bright colors, or artfully decorated with flowers and other patterns, here are many alternatives. The shapes feature hemispherical or flat rings with wide or slender edges. Also in 925 sterling silver set wood rings can be found here, these can be perfectly combined with our wooden pendants and wooden earrings. Subtle, simple and natural are our round, thin wooden rings, these are ideal as a complement to wooden jewelry or wooden earrings. Of course, the variants with a large ring attachment are more eye-catching. |-| Fashion jewelery rings made of wood ~~ The wood rings in our assortment are mostly made of sono wood. Sono wood is a subspecies of ebony and comes from Indonesia. It is characterized by a hard, smooth surface and by the beautiful grain. This wood of a very fast-growing tree has long been used for jewelry and carvings. All the wood from our wooden jewelry and especially wooden rings production is supplied by licensed suppliers. Our specialty is the processing and refining of a natural resource such as Sonoholz, where we attach great importance to environmental sustainability and the effective and environmentally friendly use of these resources. The treasures are then painted in loving craftsmanship. Motifs of wooden rings The hand-painted wooden rings from Indonesia are very colorful. Through the large floral pattern you attract all the viewers in its spell. Our wooden rings are available in our Chic-Net online shop in many different sizes, starting at a ring size of 50 to about 64. So everyone should find the matching ring. Natural products with colorful patterns can be found here in the category of wooden rings. But we also offer monochrome, but brightly painted, mushroom-shaped variants or high-contrast eye-catching rings with spiral patterns, as well as plain rings without painting, where the beauty lies in the natural grain of the wood.