About LashbrookWedding rings are a symbol of what we treasure most: the never-ending love and commitment that two people share. Lashbrook Designs is changing the way people think and feel about wedding rings. They do this by giving you the complete freedom to create your own ring, based on your own unique style. You can choose everything from the materials to the engraving. Lashbrook focuses on custom, handmade wedding bands for men and has received 19 international design awards for their work. Popular Lashbrook collections include the unique Meteorite collection and the bold Damascus Steel collection.
Popular Lashbrook Collections at MJ Christensen DiamondsThe Meteorite collection uses metals from a rare source: the Gibeon Meteorite. Metals from the meteorite originated in a super-heated state and have cooled over four billion years. Fragments of the meteorite are found across Namibia, Africa. Newly discovered pieces of the meteorite are protected as national monuments. This makes the supply of meteorite specimens very limited and highly valued. Because they come from such a rare origin, each Meteorite ring is a striking work of art. These rings have a distinct crystalline structure on their surface which is only found in diamonds and gemstones. Meteorite rings offer a symbol of the priceless, lifelong love shared between two individuals.
Damascus Steel rings are made from blending two different kinds of stainless steel together. Damascus was initially a type of steel used in sword making in the Middle East. Skilled artisans, mimicking ancient metalsmithing techniques, twist and fold these metal layers together to create a one-of-a-kind pattern. No two Damascus Steel ring designs will look exactly alike, just as no two relationships are exactly the same. Each Damascus Steel ring have the hardness and strength that comes from working the two layers of metal together. There are five patterns to choose from. The standard Damascus ring has a basic twist pattern. The other four patterns utilize blanks that are normally used in knife and sword making.