Toby Pomeroy Wedding Bands
Our wedding bands feature different hand-forged texture patterns named after a handful of wild Oregon rivers. These bands are created entirely by artisans in our Corvallis, Oregon studio and are available in a wide range of sizes, widths, finishes and precious metals. We will be honored to create your engagement and wedding rings from reclaimed gold or platinum or from our TRUEGOLD™, artisan-mined gold and platinum using socially and environmentally responsible practices and no toxic chemicals. We are purchasing our gold from the responsible mining community of La Llanada, Colombia. La Llanada is a community of 1200 in the Andes of SW Colombia that is close to achieving their Fairmined Ecological certification.
We can set conflict-free Canadian diamonds to any of these bands for a distinctive touch if brilliance! We will create them with either matte or high-polish finish and all of our bands are available with or without polished borders
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Named by French explorers as River of the Falls, central Oregon’s Deschutes River is born of lava-field springs on the eastern slope of western Oregon’s Cascade Range and courses 250 miles north through basalt bluffs and canyons to join the mighty Columbia. Like this river’s flow, our distinctive, comfortable hand-forged Deschutes wedding band will contribute beauty and meaning your entire life.
Western Oregon’s Santiam River tumbles from high Cascade lakes, collects runoff from vine maple, alder and giant Douglas fir boughs and lunges seaward. The Santiam nourishes some of the most productive farmland in the world. The Santiam band will nourish your marriage and you will always know you’ve contributed to the world working.
This band is named for the central Oregon river that surges year round from its volcanic source in the high desert. Constant in its frigid flow, this pristine wild river is a natural wonder and a world-class refuge for trout, and sea-run steelhead trout are beginning to return to their natal spawning grounds. Like the river, a Metolius band’s fluid texture brings perpetual enjoyment.
The Siletz River’s 70 mile reach gathers the cedar root, moss and fern-filtered waters from the ridges of western Oregon’s Pacific Coast Range and offers up its short-term loan to the sea. Our Siletz band, with its dappled hammer texture, in matte or bright finish, will offer endless pleasure and comfort.