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Founded in 2000, Lashbrook is a manufacturer and designer of men’s wedding bands.
Rings are made from:
Typically used in medical applications and nuclear reactors, it is perfect for jewelry because it creates a lustrous black layer when it is heat treated. Offers the highest design versatility of any performance metal.
Lashbrook creates Camouflage jewelry licensed by Mossy Oak, Realtree and King’s Camo. You can choose any of 35 camo patterns for your ring.
Lashbrook Carbon Fiber rings use structural, solid Carbon Fiber – a material with one of the highest strength-to-weight ratios of any product ever created. This material is produced locally and used in applications ranging from Formula 1 racing to the aerospace industry.
Combining ceramic and tungsten produces a great two-toned look with the ultimate resistance to scratching.
Cobalt Chrome is a lustrous hypoallergenic metal. This bright white metal has a nice heft and will stand up to wear and tear.
Damascus Steel is a unique blend of up to 120 layers of two different types of stainless steel. This ancient metalworking skill makes a one-of-a-kind ring you’ll love.
Lashbrook hardwood rings are virtually water resistant and available in many colors. The infusion process used to produce our wood product gives it the density of brass and it can simply be buffed and polished.
Lashbrook uses authentic Gibeon Meteorite from Namibia, Africa.
Mokume Gane is an ancient metalworking process that creates unique, swirled patterns. The name is Japanese for “wood grain,” as the precious metal tends to mimic patterns in nature.
Virtually every style we offer in performance metals can be made in precious metals: 14K, 18K, white, yellow, or rose gold, palladium or platinum in every price imaginable.
At Lashbrook, we use aerospace grade Ti6Al-4V Titanium to make all our Titanium bands. This grade is more than twice as strong and twice as hard as typical commercial Titanium rings.
Make your selection today at Futer Bros Jewelers. For more information, visit lashbrookdesigns.com.