One-of-a-Kind #212 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with 3mm cushion cut brown zircon set in 18k yellow gold, Size 12
One-of-a-Kind #212 ||
This sterling silver Onefooter ring is a size 12, and the 3mm cushion cut brown zircon is set in 18k yellow gold. I really believe that it is important not to make any assumptions about sizes. This ring is not the largest size I make, by any means. And I go as small as size 3.
It is important not to confuse zircon with cubic zirconia (CZ), which is sometimes referred to as ‘zircon’. CZ is a man-made product that resembles natural zircon and diamond with high lustre and dispersion. The blue or brown zircon I use is natural. It has a lot of fire.
Every ring in the Onefooter series is unique, and each stone is unique. Ask me about stones, colours, price points, and we can find one that’s right.
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https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/onemeter-bangle/As a companion piece to the Onefooter Ring, this bangle starts as one meter of sterling silver wire. The metal is first forged to variate the line quality, as in the original brush and ink drawing, then wound repeatedly into a continuous loop, wrapping around the wrist many times without beginning or end. Each bangle is […]Select options
One-of-a-Kind #214 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with Pyrope Garnet set in 18k Yellow-Gold Bezel, Size 7$810.00
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/one-of-a-kind-214-sterling-onefooter-ring-with-pyrope-garnet-set-in-18k-yellow-gold-bezel-size-7/One-of-a-Kind #214 || Size 7 This Onefooter ring, a size 7, is set with a very special, super sparkly pyrope garnet from Zambia. The natural, completely untreated, unheated stone was cut and polished right here in Nova Scotia by a local master gem cutter. It is 6mm in diameter, weighs 1.01ct, and is set it in 18k yellow […]Add to cart
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/twofooter-rings/Some people like to make a bigger statement: the Twofooter starts as two feet of gold or sterling silver wire, which is first forged 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 two are the same. […]Select options