One-of-a-Kind #125 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with 6mm natural blue zircon set in 18k yellow gold, Size 11
One-of-a-Kind #125 ||
I once had the opportunity to sail on a Nova Scotia-built schooner in the Antigua Classics race. What an experience ! Natural blue zircon always reminds me of those waters. This one is 6mm in diameter, I think that the 18k yellow gold setting suits the stone especially. The ring is sterling silver, size 11.
Fun Fact I learned from my gemologist friends at Pierres de Charme: a zircon found in Australia is considered to be the oldest known mineral on the planet with an age of 4.4 billion years.
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Onefooter Rings – 18k White Palladium Gold$2,600.00
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/onefooter-rings-18k-white-palladium-gold/I love 18k gold. A length of one foot of this lovely material is first forged, then wound to wrap around the finger many times without beginning or end. The metal finds its way differently each time, and thus no two rings are the same. This ring generally has 5 loops, but that can vary, […]Select options
One-of-a-Kind #117 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with Princess-cut Green Tourmaline in 18k gold setting, Size 5.5$980.00
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/one-of-a-kind-sterling-onefooter-ring-with-princess-cut-green-tourmaline-in-18k-gold-setting-ooak117-size-5-5/One-of-a-Kind #117 || Size 5.5 I began setting princess cuts around 2015. I really like the juxtaposition of round shapes of the Onefooter ring with the squareness of the stone. Whether you buy from one of my galleries, or here, please allow plenty of time for orders on this one. Inquire for pricing on larger […]Add to cart
One-of-a-Kind Onefooter Ring in 18k Yellow Gold, with Sapphire
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/one-of-a-kind-onefooter-ring-in-18k-yellow-gold-with-sapphire/Every single ring in this series starts out the same way – as a one foot length of 18k yellow or palladium white gold. Then I start forging it to move the metal. After that, the metal finds its own way around the finger, depending on where and how the shape of the wire changes along its […]Select options