14 July 2009

First of Four


Smokehouse Ring
(Sterling Silver, Red Creek Jasper, Cubic Zirconia)



A marquis-shaped, patina blue, rustic patterned jasper sits horizontally in a winged filigree setting.
Flanked from above and below with subtly sparkling accents.

Two hand-pierced hearts puncture the baseplate, a reminder that this piece was lovingly made.

Hand-hewn petals and sterling spheres cling to either side of a medium width, handmade shank.


Loaded with texture.
A play on shadow and light.


Rusticity and Romance.
And completely one of a kind.


A ring designed to span three fingers and even more generations.
Made to last; may it exist long after you and I are gone.


Beginning from stone and ore.
Built into an heirloom.
A collaboration of earth and hands.



In the Etsy store tonight.

(More items to be posted on the blog and in the shop throughout the day today.)

5 comments:

  1. Oh. My.

    This is incredible, lady.

    I will watch for it.. like a hawk.

    You are truly inspired.

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  2. I do believe the back of your rings are almost as pretty as the fronts, lovely details. Can't wait to see the rest!

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  3. ouch! that's hot.

    you really amaze and inspire me.

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  4. Girl, you sure know how to work a saw. Another beautiful piece.

    Pam

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