David Lund has always had an interest in entrepreneurship and creation so it is no surprise that he eventually fell into jewelry. After creating his first ring and selling it at a local vendor market, David went on to perfect his craft and create more designs. After creating a meteorite glow ring which became wildly popular among friends and family, David entertained the possibility of running a full time business. Shortly after moving into his new house in Phoenix, David converted his garage into a workshop, adding multiple electrical outlets, building benches and purchasing additional hardware. David continued to attend more vendor events and it was then that in the summer of 2018, Excalibur Rings was born.
Excalibur Rings continues to make and sell meteorite inlaid rings and other tungsten designs to locals and clients around the world. Excalibur Rings has been featured in Phoenix Fan Fusion, Tucson Comic Con, Wizard World, and other pop culture vendor events in the country. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 countermeasures, Excalibur Rings has been restricted to take online orders only but continues to spread the word on their mission and helping communities.
When David Lund founded Excalibur Rings, he has always wanted to give back to the community and to charities and organizations around the country. Excalibur Rings recently completed a drive for Operation Defender, a organized holiday event where care packages are sent overseas to deployed airmen. David plans to hold more events and get the community involved including raising funding for The Wounded Warrior Project, Phoenix Children’s Hospital, the Trevor Project as well as countless others.