I got the 6mm in work patina. I like plain, undecorated jewelry. I wear it as an accessory ring on my right hand, middle finger now, probably index finger in the colder months. I really like the patina finish because I wear it all the time and was afraid a polished finish would show little scratches. No fear of that with this ring. It is understated yet interesting.
I stumbled upon this site from an ad online. I’m always hesitant about ordering from an unknown (to me at least) online company, but felt that the numerous positive reviews and fair pricing put any doubts aside. I took a chance and couldn’t be happier with my ring. I purchased the 6mm Patina silver ring and it’s just as good as I’d hoped it to be. If you’re debating on giving it a shot, so yourself a favor and take the leap.
I bought the 3mm and it is just what I was searching for. It has a great finish on it and the fit was perfect. I bought it as an accent ring and I couldn't be happier.
I got the Lodge 6mm with the patina. I love it. It's my first piece of jewelry in that price range- I'm not too flashy, but I want to slowly build up my accessory game. I wanted something truly special and subtle, but powerful. This ring goes with just about anything and looks hella sharp. Studebaker was able to accommodate my size needs and questions, getting a ring to me all the way down in Texas in a flash. I was more than happy to support a Pittsburgh business, as I lived there for 13 years. Feels like a little piece of home.
Just received our wedding bands, many months before our ceremony because we couldn't wait to try them on! I chose the 4mm work patina and really appreciate that it is beautiful yet subdued. I'm looking forward to seeing how the finish wears in over the years.
In a fun twist, your company name is a frequent nickname for me, and my fiance is from Pittsburgh and has worn two of your brass cuffs almost daily. When it came time for wedding rings, we knew it had to from Studebaker!