About LashbrookFounded by Eric Laker in 2000, Lashbrook Designs allows couples to create wedding rings as unique as their love. Rather than choosing a ring that someone else has deemed stylish, you can choose the material, design, and engraving that you prefer. Since the brand prioritizes men's custom bands, it has been an innovator in practical, durable materials like carbon fiber, Damascus Steel, titanium, zirconium, and cobalt chrome. In addition to being the first designer to launch camouflage rings, Lashbrook is renowned for using unique materials like hardwood, antler, and even meteorite as well. The company has received 19 international design awards, and all of its materials are ethically sourced.
Popular Lashbrook Collections at BARONS JewelersAs the major innovator in camouflage pattern rings, Lashbrook has partnered with King's, Real Tree, and Mossy Oak to provide their clients with 36 different patterns. The Hardwood collection showcases materials that are natural and beautifully imperfect, just like true love. No two hardwood rings are alike; wood imported from all over the world has variations in color, texture, and pattern. For further customization, the wood is inlaid in a variety of metals. Perhaps the most unique option the designer offers is their Meteorite collection. Formed in and delivered from outer space, any piece of meteorite in circulation is extremely rare and valuable. It contains trace metals that are not even found on Earth.
Most materials combine style with function and durability. Carbon fiber has been used for Formula-1 cars, space shuttles, competitive cycles, and now, wedding bands. The high-tech material has a high strength-to-weight ratio, making it durable yet lightweight. Lashbrook's Damascus Steel rings are not hypoallergenic because of the nickel in the steel; however, they are twice as hard as titanium. The merging of two types of stainless steel makes these rings symbolic of the marriage union. For a high-shine, hypoallergenic black, consider zirconium. This alloy, which has been used to make submarines and nuclear reactors, is a bold wedding band choice.