Lashbrook employs over 80 of the best technicians, artists, customer service, and marketing specialists in the industry. They practice lean manufacturing which puts us at the forefront of manufacturing philosophy and technology. Lean is based on the principles of waste reduction, high quality control standards, and constant improvement. They use the principle of constant improvement (or Kaizen) to make daily changes to the way they make their rings. This also spills over to a culture of improvement in all other business practices and in the lives of their employees.
With their focus on men’s custom, handmade wedding bands, they recognize that their history is in the rings they make for customers all over the world.
Their journey to change the way men think and feel about wedding rings began in 2000, when Eric Laker founded Lashbrook. Eric named the company after his great-great-grandfather, Lashbrook, an immigrant who was among the first western settlers. With nothing but earth’s natural resources and landscape to work with, Lashbrook helped build a city and lay the foundation for what is today the thriving state of Utah – truly a pioneer for his time.
They honor his pioneering spirit today as they innovate and overcome preconceived limitations. They started with just a handful of styles that were finished in Eric’s garage. It has now progressed to millions of style variations. Every ring is made from scratch with high-tech machinery and high-touch craftsmanship from our state-of-the-art facility located in Draper, Utah.