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You will always be ‘Touching Wood’ when wearing this ring! It is silky smooth and surprisingly light to wear. Yew has long been prized for its beauty and rarity and it is also quite durable, making it ideal for jewellery. This unique Yew ring has been turned from a local tree that was estimated at 800 years old. The range of colours in the grain is fantastic from very dark brown, various orangey-golden and red browns to a deep pinky-mauve.
After turning the wood has been sanded silky smooth and then soaked in mineral oil to nourish the wood. It is finished with natural carnauba wax and buffed to a beautiful sheen.
To maintain your ring it is best to take it off when washing your hands and give it an occasional rub with a soft cloth.
Guide to sizing - if you can’t get to a jeweller!
1. Measure across the centre of a ring you already have to find the diameter. Take a few measurements to be sure that you are accurate.
2. If you don’t have a ring that fits a particular finger cut a ring-width strip of thin card, about 9cms long. Wrap the strip around the knuckle of your finger so you have a snug but not too tight fit. Mark off where the end of the strip overlaps the band, and then unwrap. Measure from the start of the strip to your mark will give you the inner circumference of the ring you want. Do this a few times to be sure that you get an accurate size.
Yew wood is an inspiration in itself; you never can be sure what lies beneath the surface of the wood until you start. The silky softness of finished yew makes it a pleasure to touch and feel
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