Ring holders are easy projects to make and since many people wear rings, they are always popular items. Ring holders can be turned as spindle or faceplate turnings and can be single or multiple woods.
With this open set of parameters, ring holders can take on almost any shape. It's all up to your imagination here!
|Laminated Ring Stand|
By: Alan Cusworth
In this project, Alan shows us how to make a two-piece ring stand.
|Rings & Things|
By: Nick Cook
In this short tutorial, Nick Cook explains how to turn a ring holder. This is a great lathe project and practical gift regardless of age or experience.
|Turning a Ring Bowl|
By: Chuck Beland
My wife likes to take her rings off when she does the dishes and I always take my wedding ring off when I turn so it would be nice to have a known place to store our rings during these times.
So when I saw the ring holder that Chuck Beland turned, I immediately started thinking about making one too! Chuck's tutorial and excellent photos make this project easy to follow.
In fact, I'm now thinking of making several as I'd like to play with the bowl shape and also with the finial styling.
I hope that you'll turn this gift for your honey too!
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