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  • I found a new gem supplier, here in the UK, who sources all her stones direct from the cutters. I have bought unusual cuts, shapes and colours of classic stones, so that these unusual settings are really striking. 


    I made myself one, and I've been wearing it with 2mm beaded stacking rings either side; most of these are on shanks that I have deliberately set at 1.5-1.8mm thick to enable this, should you so wish. Of course, they work fabulously on their own.


    Options available for instant dispatch are

    Golden Beryl - UK size Q (setting 12.5 mm x 12 mm)
    Lapis Lazuli - UK size O (setting 10 mm x 18.5 mm)


    Shown in the photos, but sold are:
    {Opal - UK size J (setting 16 mm x 10 mm) - sold}
    {Turquoise - UK size K (setting 10 mm x 17 mm) - sold}

    {Carnelian - UK size N (setting 16 mm x 9 mm) - sold}

    {Sapphire - UK size M , but adjustable up to a size T and also down a few sizes (setting 11.5 mm x 20 mm) - sold}


    I'll be adding to the range regularly, as I just received some more really beautiful cabochons. 


    The bands are made from certified eco sterling silver wire - sold and recycled by my bullion dealer; the balls are made by me from the snips of silver left over from making earwires etc. I use Liver of Sulphur to oxidise the silver, and then Renaissance Wax to seal and protect it.


    These rings aren't hallmarked, as they are under the required weight. 


    Take your pick from the options listed or, if you'd like me to make something special, you can message me for details of my current stone stock, send me details of your own stone or let me know what you are looking for.


    If you don't know your ring size, you can order a sizer from one of my other listings and I will refund you the sizer cost if you later place an order for a ring with me (please remind me when placing your ring order!)

    Stone set, dress ring - untreated, hand cut, freeform gemstone of your choice

    • Sterling Silver will eventually oxidise or tarnish. It's a natural process that can be slowed down by regular wear and by keeping unworn items away from the atmosphere. If you leave your jewellery out on display, this oxidisation will be faster.  You can polish up your items, with a soft cloth, some silver polish, or a buffing cloth such as Town Talk, which is readily available from any high street jewellers in the UK

      Fine silver is 99.9% silver, and because of this the tarnish rate is much, much slower. Again, a buff should do the job for polishing it back up. If I have patinated your silver already, be gentle when buffing!

      Each piece should stand up to regular wear, but , as with all jewellery, please remove it before washing, using chemicals or applying perfume etc

      Apply body lotion and perfume a few minutes before putting on your jewellery to help slow down tarnish

      The sterling silver used in these items was sold to me by my bullion dealer ass certified recycled.

      he gemstones I use have been sold to me by reputable dealers as untreated (unless stated specifically in the listing). They are a natural, organic creation from the earth and each one will be slightly different. You can see examples of this on my Facebook page.
      I select the stones that I think go together best for each project, hence my comments that each item is individual.

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