Superfit shanks open completely, enabling the ring to easily slip on and off nearly any size finger with enlarged knuckles. A virtually invisible push-button mechanism activates the mechanism. The Super Fit is appropriate for knuckle-to-finger differentials of over three sizes.
Stackers are sets two or more rings worn together on the same finger. Typically the edges are straight so the different rings fit together seamlessly. Each ring can be set with identical or different gemstones. The rings can be straight or curvy. The widths can vary or be the same. The aesthetic possibilities of stacking…
A square shank is a shank that is square-ish in shape. Theses shanks can range from strongly visible in the design, to a mere touch of square element. Sometimes the inside of the shank has the straighter up-and-down square suggestion and sometimes the square element is only on the outside.
Soldering is the process of joining two pieces of heated metal together with a similar metal, called solder. There is an art to seamlessly soldering two pieces of gold together so that you can’t tell any work was ever done.
There is an earring I call a “sleeper” earring because you can sleep in it. It’s a lightweight small hoop. Its post hinges and snaps closed in a “v” lock. In other words you don’t need a backing on it.