...a freshly metal smithed ring a ding ding dinnnnnnnnga! I made this recently, will soon be listing it in my Etsy shop.
The turquoise cabochon is very pretty...this style of adding granules or silver balls along the side of the bezel can be dated back to the pre-1950s era of Native American silversmithing. I just love the look!
All parts were made by me, the back is fashioned as a cuff with a tiny opening. The metal is sanded and shine to its fullest brilliance. It will surely oxidize over time for you!
My makers mark and .925 are stamped on the back.
This ring is a size 7.25
The ring (though open in the back) is not adjustable because the shank is sterling silver (not fine silver)
There will be more of these soon!
Thanks for looking, ich liebe dich!
My muse for this ring was Nature...specifically- acrons! I enjoyed spotting them on my recent walks with my puppy, Ginger. I brought a few home and spent some mornings doing a watercolor study of them. This artisitc time really made my coffee taste Wunderbar!!! :-)
Here's a size reference of the ring with my hand as model...
It will be listed in my shop a little later today :-)
I hope everyone is well and dealing with this incredible heat!!! Hubby and I recently enjoyed a nice afternoon in D.C. watching our team, The Nationals, play. (we lost that game!) And it was a really rough day to have seats in the direct sun! It was a joy to see all the groups of little tiny kids at the stadium though. There were many teen boys there with their beloved baseball mitts hoping for a catch. We watched the "President's Race" in which poor Teddy always loses, poor Teddy!