Tay Rail Bridge Oak and Ebony ring

Tay Rail Bridge Oak and Ebony ring


This historical Railwayana wooden ring is the latest addition to our Eco range.

At just under 10mm wide and just over 3mm thick it consists of a single piece of 1879 Tay Rail Bridge Oak between two reclaimed African Ebony sections, all securely reinforced with eight steel rivets.

This contemporary wood and metal ring has an industrial quality that captures the golden age of Victorian engineering and offers a chance to own a piece of British history.

A fabulous 5th anniversary gift 'for him’ or for any Railwayana enthusiast.

This wooden ring comes in a presentation box with care instructions and a brief history of the 1879 Tay Rail Bridge.

Colours and grain may vary slightly from image shown as these rings are individually handcrafted.

We can include a laser burnt date or initials on the inside of the ring - please give inscription detail and ring size when adding to bag.

Handcrafted in our Highland workshop in 3-5 working days

💚recycled 🌎eco

🌳organic 🇬🇧UK

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Salvaged Oak ring

Salvaged Oak

In 1879 a fierce storm brought down the rail crossing near the mouth of the river Tay at Dundee. Parts of the bridge lay submerged in the river bed mud for decades before being salvaged. Some of the Oak sections were brought to a railway storage yard near Blair Atholl Perthshire, where they lay for over a century. We were lucky enough to be offered a few sections of this glorious Oak and have made a wide variety of items from it including furniture, ornaments and jewellery.

Tay Bridge Wood Ring

Present Day Tay Rail Bridge

wooden rings handcrafted from historical timber