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Ring Core Blanks

No lathe? No problem! Create exquisite jewelry with minimal tools: simply mix inlay materials with epoxy, CA glue, or polyester resin, set them into the channel groove, sand flush, and finish to a glossy luster. Or you can use a lathe, too: it’s easy to create exquisite, professional-grade jewelry with Easy Inlay’s wood or ceramic ring core blanks. Breakaway material means they’re safe to wear every day.

Our exotic ring core blanks are pre-channeled for easy inlaying. Use with crushed opal, mother or pearl, paua abalone shell, and more to create fine jewelry with a natural aesthetic.

Our Paua Abalone Strips fit perfectly into our BOLD-sized rings: all woods and Ceramic Black Bold.

Click on the PDF or other images to measure your ring size:




  • Available in 9-14 standard ring sizes, including ½ sizes.

  • Pre-sanded for an optimal, comfortable fit.

  • Rich, deep tones of exotic hardwoods create a warm, natural aesthetic.

  • Bold style: Bold ring is 8mm wide, groove is 4mm wide.

  • $10.95 each

  • Note that these products are made from nature: there may be variations in color or figure than in the image shown.

  • Also, wood expands and contracts with water - be sure to seal with CA glue prior to inlay and remove rings to wash your hands.




  • Black/White, Bold/Thin choice.

  • Bold available in 9-14 standard ring sizes, including ½ sizes.

  • Bold ring is 8mm wide, groove is 4mm wide.

  • Slim available in 4-10 standard ring sizes, including ½ sizes.

  • Slim ring is 4mm, groove is 2mm wide.

  • Easy to sand inlay; won’t scratch ceramic.

  • Bold $12.95 each / Slim $11.95 each

(Caution: Ceramic is hard, yet brittle; when using a metal mandrill, do not over-tighten.)

We ship outside of the U.S.!

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                     WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining

                     wood products can expose you to wood dust, a

                     substance known to the State of California to cause cancer.  Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection.  For more information go to

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