Myles reached out to me with a vision for a simple, elegant, botanically inspired engagement ring. I mocked up several designs for him, showing how the ring could look with a round or oval center stone, how it would look with additional diamonds down the shank, etc. He chose a Chatham alexandrite oval center stone and opted for a solitaire design with a floral engraved shank. Simple, beautiful, and unique! Thank you, Myles, for sending me these pictures! The joy on your faces is so sweet!
In anticipation of her best friend moving to Europe, Beth asked me to created matching Gemini constellation bracelets for the two of them. They wouldn't hang out as often anymore but having a special little token to remind them of each other is comforting. The organic shape, beaded border, and chunky silver chain make these perfect bracelets for everyday wear. I made them adjustable and would style them layered with several other bracelets for a fun arm party of a stack.
Happy 20th Anniversary to Nicole and Corey! Her well-loved antique ring was ready for a refresh, so we transformed her three stone engagement ring into a brand new, vintage-inspired stunner with tons of engraved details. What a lovely way to celebrate two decades together!
Jill asked me for a unique snowflake ring that was fairly wide and would be super sparkly. I created an asymmetrical design for her, so this ring could be worn also or stacked easily with some of her other favorite rings. I incorporated tons of delicate details in the metal, and flush-set diamonds throughout the ring to give it extra sparkle.
Another custom piece for my muse, Maria! We created this two-tone celestial bracelet using a moon-shaped stunner that she picked up at a local gem and mineral show. The backplate behind the center stone also has a star design, because you know I love to add special, secret details to my jewelry.