Archive for the ‘All About Rings’ Category

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Jan.

Superfit Hinging Shanks for Large Knuckled People-Review

By Calla Gold

Superfit Shank, Here to Woo You with its Special Abilities As a specialist in modifying rings that spin to be more comfortably worn, I have written on various possible solutions previously. See my related blogs on speed bumps, butterfly springs … Continue reading

12

Dec.

Sawing off Rings, Did Your Knuckles Grow When You Weren’t Looking?

By Calla Gold

I gave one of my 4-year-old blogs the “Update” treatment! New pictures, new story. Let me know what you think! Sawing off Rings, My Second Favorite Job My favorite job as a Santa Barbara repairing Jeweler is witnessing peoples’ faces light … Continue reading

17

Oct.

Wildly Custom Ring – An Orchid Ring for Robin Story

By Calla Gold

There are Things Like Physics and Rules For Jewelry Design I usually design seamless rings, without lots of pokie-uppie elements (technical jeweler’s term) that catch on things—like sweaters, babies, and car doors. On the other hand, some of the most … Continue reading

3

Oct.

LGBT Wedding bands – What About the Guys?

By Calla Gold

Rushing Down the Aisle Without the Wedding Bands I got a call recently from Hal & Rick about their need for wedding bands. Between upgrading their new home to be handicapped friendly and finalizing the adoption of their child they hadn’t had … Continue reading

7

Mar.

Titanium, Tungsten, Gold and Platinum – Pros and Cons

By Calla Gold

I’ve written a number of blog posts on titanium and tungsten as wedding bands. This post is a compilation of simple  pros and  cons. Just the facts ma’am if you will. Feel free to add your pros and cons in … Continue reading

7

Dec.

Vintage Diamond Eternity Band – A Ring Sizing Story

By Calla Gold

Delicate, Small Sized, and Seemingly Unwearable Tansy was a finger size eight, and her grandmother had been a size four-and-a-half. When she inherited her grandmother’s diamond eternity band six years ago, it was clear that she wasn’t getting it onto … Continue reading

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