Posts tagged ring
Posts tagged ring
Torch Rings are finally available!
A few pieces of jewelry I dropped off at the LuniacGlamour shop yesterday!
Finally finished with this Torch Ring. I made it to use in a ring exchange with a fellow metalsmith.
Loving my beautiful new cicada ring from Bitter Honey!
Simple Silver Ring
Different sizes available.
Stack-able! Can be worn with other rings.
If you happen to go on Rio Grande’s facebook this week you’ll notice one of my rings is their new cover photo!
They were asking people to send in images of the first piece of jewelry they had ever made. This was my first jewelry piece from my intro class; a ring that fits over three fingers.
"Revolutions" is a ring made out of copper and nickel with two cabochons set in it, one green and one yellow. The ring can be flipped and worn with either showing. It also opens up.
Specimen I: Finger
Specimen II: Lips
Specimen III: Nose
I’ve been working my butt off trying to finish some pieces and commissions (I hand in the last of my school projects today!). To celebrate I made myself this ring (because I NEVER make myself anything).
Casted my nose in latex & finally set it in my enormous nose-shaped bezel. The idea of applying gold leaf was thrown at me so I played around with it. I’ve never used it before … yay or nay? Not sure if it’s a little too garish … although it contrasts kind of nicely with the silver lip-ring. Any feedback would be appreciated (Keeping in mind I still need to clean it up a little). :]
Ring shank and enormous bezel for nose-ring in progress.
Needs a tad more cleaning, but I’m very happy with the end result of this project.
A glimpse of what I worked on today in the studio. My finger-ring. Part of my third project for my topics class.
Copper. Nickel. Cabochon. Nickel wire.
This was the product of an assignment requiring a piece to tell a particular story; I chose to create a double-sided ring to represent Mark Z. Danielewski’s thrilling novel Only Revolutions.
White bronze. Lost Wax Casting.
I created this in my very first casting class. I attempted to make an attention grabbing ring, and I feel as though I succeeded because you can’t ignore this seductive larger scale piece when you give the koi a home on your hand. The koi and the wave base were carved separately, casted, and soldered together. I used an ammonia and salt patina to give it a feeling of the rush of water. This piece was a challenge but I’m delighted with the results.
"Only Revolutions" Nickle sheet. Copper sheet. Silver wire.
This is a ring/hand-piece I made a few years ago during my Intro to construction/forming class. You can flip it and wear it two different ways (One side with the green stone set in it, the other with a yellow stone). It’s constructed out of nickel and copper and the two halves are connected with silver chain. It swings open in the center so that it does not limit movement. I love function in a piece, even if it’s simple.
It was an idea based off of the novel Only Only Revolutions by Mark Z. Danielewski. The stones represent the two ageless main characters (their eye colors and the colors used to present them in the novel). You can turn the piece over and change whatever stone is showing because the book is in a format where you read one character’s story, then flip it over and read the other character’s view. The overall shape consists of two interlaced infinity symbols because the characters are ‘ageless’. The layers have to do with the character development over the course of the novel. The top layer is very clean, just like the forever youthful boy and girl seem externally, yet underneath is ‘dirtier’ representing the inner development and growth of them internally. The book is poetic, colorful, and beautiful. My hope was to capture some of that in this piece.
It was really fun to make even though the design process and figuring out how to connect the two halves were big pains!