Here's a brief history lesson behind the company that makes masculine wedding bands in titanium, tungsten, and stainless steel. When Walter Ostbye and E. Gust Anderson founded Ostbye in 1920, women voted for the first time, two-thirds of the world's oil originated in the U.S., and automobiles on the market included Ford, Stanley Steamer, Pierce-Arrow, Packard, Cadillac, and Mercedes. Some things obviously change. However, there are some things you can always count on…like Ostbye.
From their humble sub-basement beginnings in downtown Minneapolis, Ostbye's focus has always been on giving unparalleled quality and value. Today those values are ever-present in their own 20,000 square foot, state-of-the-art factory.
As a leading creator of bridal and fine fashion jewelry, Ostbye serves fine jewelers like Osborne Jewelers throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. At Osborne Jewelers, we're proud of the way Ostbye focuses their design and creation talents on products that are affordable and modern yet of exceptionally high quality. They have a mission to "embrace innovation, creativity and technology to drive proactive, positive and profitable change" and that's something that we completely support and agree with at Osborne Jewelers.