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Sep 4

Great Grandma’s Antique Ring Didn’t Make it When Cheryl finally received the antique ring that belonged to her great-grandmother she loved its intricacy and sweet details. The little filigree hearts were her favorite part. Unfortunately, somewhere along the line one side of the ring with the little hearts had maybe been stepped on. It was […]

Feb 27

I’ve Often Said Beautiful Jewelry Looks Edible! Many of you know about a magazine you can get locally called Edible magazine. It’s available all over the US with each region independently writing its own unique articles about their locality. I did a blog post in 2012 that involved the original founders of Edible magazine. Our […]

Nov 28

Superbowl  Ring – Purple Heart Ring If you’re a guy and you won the Superbowl you get a ring. And it means a lot and you wear it. If you’ve been in the military and get a meaningful medal, doesn’t it make sense to wear that honor as a ring? This is a story of […]

Oct 17

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 beautiful, eye-popping, mind-bending designs I’ve ever seen have stuff (another technical jewelry term—don’t worry about […]

Sep 19

Getting Involved in the Design Process When James and Camille decided to get married, James knew that he wanted his fiancé who was a historian to be involved in the ring design process. He recognized Camille’s unique sense of style and didn’t want her wearing a ring that she didn’t absolutely love. While researching designs and […]

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