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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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
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