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Titanium & Jack Daniels Barrel Ring

Titanium & Jack Daniels Barrel Ring
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  • Titanium & Jack Daniels Barrel Ring
  • Titanium & Jack Daniels Barrel Ring
  • Titanium & Jack Daniels Barrel Ring Certificate of Authenticity
  • Titanium & Jack Daniels Barrel Ring

I guess I've been in a serious relationship with Jack Daniels for long enough now that I'm willing to don his ring and announce it to the world. Especially a ring as slick as this one. Check out the genuine used JD white oak barrel interior surrounded by 6al-4v grade 5 titanium. I may be afraid of commitment, but at least my phobia will be somewhat tempered by his good taste and deep pockets, which I will likely bleed dry as I continue to dick around on the Internet for the rest of my life, taking breaks every now and again to do a few pullups and delt raises, and shoot the shit with hot cougars in asserific spandex at my gym. Yeaaahhh. I may be getting the ring, but Jack Daniels is getting the prize.

From Milwaukee's Wedgewood Rings comes the Jack Daniels Whiskey Barrel especiale, available in stone, sandblasted, and polished finishes, and lined with the reclaimed American White Oak that once aged everyone's favorite vice from the south. One downside to the rings: due to their finishing techniques, the whiskey odors that permeate JD's barrels have been sealed inside. Bummer. Though I guess not reeking of whiskey everywhere you go while wearing the ring has its advantages too.

All rings include a Jack Daniels Whiskey barrel certificate of authenticity. Sizes run 4 to 16, and include quarter sizes. Please note that titanium rings cannot be resized after initial fabrication, so don't F up your measurements or order the rings after too many shots of Jack make the 6 and the 8 on your keyboard look the same.

UPDATE: On November 28, 2012, Wedgewood Rings released a second Jack Daniels Whiskey Barrel ring design, this one called the Pinstripe, due to its white oak strip running the length of the exterior center of the ring, and 0.5mm solid sterling silver inlaid on either side. The Pinstripe runs $265.

Muchas danke to Manny for the product suggestion.

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