Welcome to our wooden engagement rings section. We are very proud of all our designers who produce the most exquisite and unique of designs for all our customers. At Love2Have, buying a unique engagement ring is something we can help you out with, and in our opinion, there is nothing more unique or alternative than a wooden engagement ring set with a diamond or other precious stone.

These most beautiful and appealing of rings are all handcrafted here in the UK, and by purchasing one, you will know that you are supporting local talent. They are incredible value for money, having a beautiful handcrafted quality to them. We refer to some of them as rustic in design, but to be quite honest they all portray this natural handmade look. The inlays all have a slight unevenness which adds to the spiritual nature of these pieces, reflecting the natural undulating patterns in natural wood. As the wood in these rings ages, it does tend to darken and the fact that many people may not realise is that the natural oils from your skin react with the wood to protect it. These oils will toughen the wood and prevent it from splitting.

You will notice from the designs that the set stones are in the silver parts of the rings rather than the wood because the wood is far too soft to work with and any stone would fall out very quickly. We want you to be happy with your purchase from us, so we have set the stones into the silver which is far more secure.

As we explain in the wooden wedding rings section, we often get asked about the care for the woods in these rings. The wood isn't technically treated or protected in any way, but it is OK when worn in water (but not too often), and there are far fewer problems if worn every day. We find that the natural oils in our skin are good for the wood. If it dries out a bit, it can be oiled slightly with teak, linseed or olive oil. Not too much, just a little dab, or it can saturate the wood and make it fall out. Remember, even though we use hardwood in these rings, it is only wood, so will scuff against hard surfaces.