I’m slowly getting better at photographing my work, and staging up several rings at once usually results in a great photo. These are some of my latest pieces – the oval ring(also known as my echo ring) has hand melted 14k yellow gold nuggets, each one represents someone special in my life – it’s a modern take on a mother’s ring. The dot ring stacking set is another fun set.
I’ve made so many pretty rings lately, that I’m truly running out of fingers to put them on. How many rings do you wear each day? My average is 12, which is ridiculous, but many of them are skinny gold stackers, so it’s not as bad as it sounds.
A sexy ring for your man – a gorgeous thick solid gold band, a sleek ring in a modern metal – 14k rose gold. It’s 5mm wide, and 1mm thick, a very substantial piece, made to last a lifetime.
The gold used in this ring is from my favorite metals vendor, and it’s 100% recycled. That makes it EVEN sexier.
I’m so exited about this piece. A solid sterling ring, hand stamped with your crazy kids names around it. I can fit several on there (3 shown). Or a short quote, or your wifes name or a special date. Anything really. It’s here in my shop.
So I did it again, and disappeared for months. But that’s okay. I’ve been living my busy life, working on orders, having fun with the kids and trying to not stress out about the never ending house project of installing new flooring throughout our second floor. I’ve also been learning how to use a jewelers torch, and I’m beginning to work in 14k solid gold, which is seriously amazingly exciting. No time now to share pics here, but you can always pop over to my Etsy shop, as there are a few of my new gold items posted already.
Skinny-ass sterling silver rings stamped with anything you want. These are so very skinny – 1.7mm wide for you detail-lovin’ folks – they look great stacked. Click here for a single, and here for a triple-threat of skinny sterling loveliness.
It’s interesting how much my photography skills have changed over the last few years. Here is a short photographic journey of my adventures with a camera and tiny, shiny bits.