One-of-a-Kind #120 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with Baguette Cut Garnet in 18k yellow gold bezel setting, Size 10.75
One-of-a-Kind #120 ||
This is the first time I ever set a stone so brazenly across all bands of a Onefooter ring. I find the baguette cut garnet to be expressing great strength and conviction. As in all Onefooters, the sterling silver is first forged in various directions, then wound repeatedly into a continuous loop, wrapping around the finger many times without beginning or end.
I find this ring to have both feminine and masculine qualities – the stark masculine cut of the garnet against the soft curves of the hand-forged Onefooter design balance well. The stone is set in a full solid 18k yellow gold setting.
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