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Tuesday, June 1, 2010

New Work

Here's a custom wedding band I just made - I thought the bride and groom had a sweet idea - they had me place their own birthstones, as well as their daughter's, equidistant around the band, along with a bunch of moissanites.

Here's the side with the pink sapphire (Chatham lab-created)...

...the emerald (also Chatham lab-created)...

...and finally the alexandrite (also Chatham lab-created). Cute, huh? :-)

This is another custom set - a fair trade Malawi sapphire with two fair trade black spinels; the bezel is 14k white gold and the bands are palladium sterling silver (all recycled of course).

These were made in a no-spin shape at the customer's request.

Next up, a lovely 5.5mm moissanite in a recycled 14k white gold bezel on a recycled palladium sterling silver band, along with a matching wedding band studded with tiny moissanites and sapphires.

Another custom order - yellow sapphire, emerald, and blue sapphire wedding band in palladium sterling silver.

A tiny (3mm) fair trade sapphire on a delicate recycled 14k white gold band (also a custom order).

And another simple/colorful custom wedding band - this time recycled palladium sterling silver with fair trade amethyst and peridot.

And finally, a lovely Oregon sunstone set in polished 14k yellow gold on a hand-textured 14k white gold band.

Whew! On to the next batch...

1 comment:

Missie Krissie said...

your work is brilliant!