Inspired by a wreck found in the abyss, this one of a kind ring finished with balls of solid gold makes a statement on anyone’s hand. The dark patina is what adds that edgy touch to the piece. I often use black or green patina to finish my jewelry pieces. The patina tends to highlight some of the work that I have done on the metal. A black patina always looks great on hammered silver and creates a great contrast with gold!
Here are a few jewelry tips to look unique, fearless, elegant and stylish.
First, tell a story. What your necklace, bracelets and earrings say about you? What's your personal story? Second, think outside the (jewelry) box. Carefully, find pieces that are different and handcrafted. Third, don't be afraid to layer and stack... but be tasteful about. Forth, mix and match fine jewelry with non-precious metal and textile pieces to create texture (again, be graceful when you do so).
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A truly one of a kind design for the handmade necklace "Atollo". This jewelry piece is crafted in reclaimed sterling and pure silver with accents of 18k solid gold. The necklace is finished with a rutilated quartz. This statement jewelry piece can be found here.