One-of-a-Kind #261|| Sterling Onefooter Ring with rose cut sapphire set in 18k yellow gold, Size 6
One-of-a-Kind #261 ||
This sterling silver hand forged Onefooter ring is a size 6, and is set with a 5mm rose cut sapphire in 18k yellow gold. As with all of my rings in this series, this one began as one feet of sterling silver, which I forged before letting it find its way around the finger.
Rosecut stones, dating back several centuries, made a come back recently, and are now very popular. The stones are flat at the bottom, and triangular facets that meet at a peak on top, imitating the petals of a rose – hence the name. A full rosecut has 24 facets.
I can, of course, customize other sizes and shapes of rings in this series, with a variety of genuine gemstones, in a variety of shapes. What stone shape and colour do you like?
I can custom make you a similar ring in your size. Request a Quote
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
Onemeter Bangle in Copper$200.00
https://dorotheerosen.ca/shop/onemeter-bangle-copper/As a companion piece to the Onefooter Ring, this bangle starts as one meter of copper 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 one turns out […]Select options
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