• Image of Yew Rings

This limited edition of Yew Rings are unique hand-sculpted pieces.

The particular tree these rings are made from came from Weston Rhyn, Shropshire and was planted by the megalithic culture, responsible for the sites of Newgrange, Stonehenge and Avebury burial mounds.

The Yew tree (Taxus baccata) has been of major spiritual significance for many cultures. It is estimated this tree is around 1800 years old.

• handcrafted from Yew
• one-of-a-kind pieces with wood inlays in contrasting colour
• rings are sold as seen
• delivered in presentation box
• made in London

Choose your ring
Please view the current stock list for sizes, prices and photos:
Rings in stock 08/2015 (PDF)

The right size
The certain way: If you know your ring size great, or if you have a ring that fits, put a rule across it at its widest point, and send me a clear sharp photo. If it's a tight ring, tell me, as wood is more brittle than 22 carat gold!

The dodgy way: Wrap a piece of string loosely around the lucky finger, take a pen and draw a line through where they overlap. Straighten out the string and measure between the two points accurately with a rule or tape measure.

If you are still unsure, try this:
Online ring sizing tool (PDF)

Ships internationally. For shipping details please refer to the FAQ page.