One-of-a-Kind #152 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with pear-shaped red spinel set in 18k yellow gold, Size 7.5
One-of-a-Kind #152 ||
This is one of my personal favourites. The colour and shape of the sparkly spinel are so delightful. I can’t believe I still have it.
Spinel’s excellent durability makes it an ideal choice for all types of setting and jewellery styles, even though most consumers are unfamiliar with spinel. Jewellers have long appreciated this gem for its incredible lustre, vast array of natural colours, and excellent toughness and stability.
In August 2016, spinel joined peridot as an official birthstone for the month of August.
This sterling silver ring is a size 7.5, and the spinel is set in 18k yellow gold.
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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
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/threefooter-ring/For the most daring, the Threefooter ring makes the right statement. It begins as three feet of gold or sterling silver wire, which is first pushed and pulled in various directions, then wound repeatedly into a continuous loop, wrapping around the finger many times without beginning or end. Each ring is unique and different; no […]Select options