Victorian Inspired Two Flower Open Ring in Rose Gold with Chrysoberyl, Apatite, and Tourmaline
This design was inspired by a pair of Victorian flower earrings. I used them to make this two-flower bypass ring in a springtime combination of bright and happy colors. The casting is in 14K (recycled) rose gold but I can make it in silver also, or other metals. I used Chrysoberyl (unheated), Tourmaline (unheated) and Apatite (heated) for this combo. The beaded setting is done all by hand, as is the millgrain. It could also be done without millgrain for a cleaner look.
The smaller flower is 8mm across, the larger about 10mm.
Custom orders for these are welcome, but keep in mind that the labor for these, especially setting, is expensive, because you are looking at setting 11 stones, and adding millgrain at the end.
The ring is a size 6 right now and I can make minor adjustments to it by opening it up to a 7. Any other adjustments require sizing via lazer solder. There is a resizing fee of $20 for gold and sizing takes about a week.
To read more about my gems, go to my blog at cecileraleydesigns.blogspot.com.
My thanks to Brandy from Belenky Girl Designs for the CAD work.
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