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Surgical Stainless Steel is a great choice for a wood ring core. It's lightweight, affordable, and its minimalist design showcases the natural beauty of the wood inlay. While it's not completely scratch-resistant, any scratches that do occur are hardly noticeable since there is minimal surface area that comes in contact with other surfaces. It's also technically hypoallergenic, but if you prefer an extra level of safety, ceramic is a great alternative. For a more sturdy and metal-dominant design, tungsten is the one for you.

Ceramic's combination of durability, scratch-resistance, and lightness make it perfect for inlayed wood rings with a slick, modern look. If you are looking for a super hypoallergenic option, you can't go wrong with ceramic. It's more brittle than the metal options, but it's more than strong enough to be worn everyday if you don't have a very heavy duty job. It's also resistant to discoloration so they'll keep their beauty for a long-long time. Optional matte finish is also available for a more rustic look.

Tungsten Carbide is often called the "forever metal", which is why it's an excellent choice to reinforce any wood. This remarkable material combines tungsten, one of the hardest metals known to man, with carbon to create an incredibly durable and scratch-resistant alloy. Tungsten is relatively heavy (especially the 8mm design) but it makes sure your wood inlay ring will withstand the test of time, maintaining its pristine look even with daily wear. It also a great choice if you'd like a more metal-dominant and elegant design for your ring.

Damascus Steel is famous for its mesmerizing patterns and exceptional strength which is why it makes a very special material for a wood inlay ring. Damascus steel is made by a unique forging process that involves layering and folding different types of steel. It's not scratch-resistant but it is very strong and made of lightweight stainless steel, so it's comfortable and you don't have to worry about wearing it every day.

Silver 925, commonly known as sterling silver, is a classic and elegant choice for the reinforcement of a wood inlay ring. Silver, being a soft precious metal, is more prone to scratch, but its beautiful bright tone, light weight, and natural value more than makes up for it.

Plated Tungsten: Unlike traditional gold plating, PVD plating ensures longevity, preventing the gold layer from wearing off over time. Plated rings are highly durable but the gold plating may be susceptible to scratching, making these rings more sensitive than raw tungsten counterparts. The plating is surprisingly durable and should take many years to see any sign of scratches. Of course, this also depends on the wearer. Underneath the gold plating, it's good old tungsten carbide, so these rings match the weight of actual solid gold.

Titanium is known for its incredible strength and lightness which makes it a durable and robust core. It's not scratch resistant, but its sleek, modern look pairs beautifully with any type of wood, offering a striking contrast that’s both elegant and timeless. Allergic reactions to titanium are extremely rare even in people sensitive to other metals.