Coil ring - as seen in TATLER

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Coil ring - as seen in TATLER

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These hallmarked rings are made by hand in a selection of gemstones and sterling silver. Each ring is made with an irregularly shaped stone which shows off the natural beauty of the material.

I tend to make rings in UK size M (a smallish-medium size) if they're not made on request, but I can make your ring in whatever size you need (and not just UK sizes). If you don’t know your ring size, get in touch and I can help you!

Please ask for a ring in your size using this form . Your made-to-order ring will be ready in around 4 weeks, but I can make it faster if you need it earlier.

The gems I have available are:

Aquamarine (top left and 3rd on bottom row in boxed image)

Labradorite (main image; 2nd on top row and bottom right in boxed image). Labradorite can shine with a lot of different colours, so please ask if you have a strong preference.

Amethyst (3rd on top row in boxed image)

Turquoise (top right in boxed image). These turquoise nuggets are green with beautiful orange-brown veining from iron ore - not the typical 'turquoise' blue.

Fossilised coral (bottom left in boxed image) - these make quite a large stone for a ring and come in a subtle range of colours from blue-gray to golden brown.

Carnelian (2nd on bottom row in boxed image) - a beautiful orange-red, sometimes speckled with white or dark brown.

Larvikite (dark rectangular stone in scattered image) - an unusual, almost monochrome stone made up of dark and bright flecks that shine as they catch the light. Also known as Norwegian Moonstone.

Lapis Lazuli (dark blue stone in scattered picture) - a deep blue, often with pale flacks and glitters of gold colour. This stone was ground up in the Renaissance as a pigment for tempera paintings because its colour is so intense.

Citrine (amber-coloured stone in scattered picture) - this stone reminds me of sunshine. These ones are naturally veined with tiny internal fractures, which makes for beautiful glints and little rainbows within the gem. Their colour varies, often inside the same stone, from pale to deep honey.

Moonstone (furthest right in scattered picture) - a mysterious gem that glints a magical blue when the light catches it just right.

Please click here to ask for a ring in your size.

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