Characteristics of Lashbrook Wedding BandsNow proudly available at Ann Arbor's Lewis Jewelers are wedding bands from Lashbrook, the brilliant Utah-based designer of some of the most inventive pieces in the jewelry industry. As an authorized retailer of Lashbrook, Lewis Jewelers is honored to bring its customers a wide selection of the designer's wedding bands. Unlike many other wedding band designers, Lashbrook is recognized for their innovative use of materials and their exceptionally sleek designs. Whether the Elysium collection, whose bands are crafted from solid diamond, or the Zirconium collection, whose bands are made from the element itself, those who prefer their jewelry to be made with radically modern materials should make Lashbrook their designer of choice.
Popular Collections of Lashbrook Wedding Bands at Lewis JewelersAvailable today at Lewis Jewelers' Ann Arbor showroom are Lashbrook men's wedding bands that include the Titanium and Carbon Fiber collections crafted from sturdy, near-indestructible materials that can stand up to the wear and tear from any work that a man needs to do. Also offered by Lewis Jewelers is the collections, named for the ancient Japanese alloy and made from blending high quality gold, copper, and silver into a woodlike pattern, this collection along with the Lashbrook Elysium, Camo, and Zirconium collections are built with the fashionable modern man in mind.
Continuing their dedication to exquisite bridal jewelry, Lashbrook's wedding bands are named to tell fiancés exactly what they can expect from their new wedding bands, an array of innovative materials and one-of-a-kind designs. Utterly unique and exceptionally masculine, Cerakote is a high-end ceramic coating allows for a lifetime of wear, while their Damascus Ceramic blends two stainless steel metals for a stronger band. And for an alluring selection, choose pieces from the Meteorite collection, whose pieces are inlaid with star-forged metals that have fallen onto earth, or any one of Lashbrook's other mesmerizing collections such as the Hardwood, Precious Metals, Tungsten Ceramic, and the Cobalt Chrome collections.