One-of-a-Kind #263 || Sterling OneFooter Ring with baguette Swiss blue topaz in 18k yellow gold bezel setting, Size 8
One-of-a-Kind #263 ||
I just can’t stop creating rings with baguette cut stones all the way across. I love how they seem to express strength and beauty all at once. Here, a 10x5mm baguette cut Swiss blue topaz is set in 18k yellow gold on this sterling silver OneFooter ring.
Topaz comes in a wide variety of colours and hues, and is considered a semi-precious stone. I like the Swiss blue variety (although you should also check out the very special golden hue of ‘Imperial Topaz’). The hardness and stability of topaz make it well suited for use in rings, allowing it to maintain its beauty over time. Its affordability (let’s say over sapphire, for example) is a definite bonus.
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Onefooter Necklace Sterling Silver$200.00
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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