It was fascinating to watch the chicks grow and learn how to fly, an experience I'm positive I will never forget. I hike the same trails often and have not glimpsed a single one of them now that they are all on their own however when I'm out I don't think a morning passes that I don't find at least one of their feathers. I know they are hunting the hills at night and it fills my imagination to wonder what it would be like to be an owl, wouldn't you like to try it for a night, I would.
I've been wanting to make this ring for a while but I was looking for just the right lapis, with glittering pyrite, deep juicy, yummy blue. I made the stars and created the entire ring from scratch except for the stone that came from the Earth, somewhere in Afghanistan.
I patterned the band with a feather....to remember the night hunters as an homage to the owls.
The band is graduated, this ring is shorter in proportion than my last rings, the face of the ring measures 3/4 in. square, beautiful, comfortable and..........
order-able. The ring pictured is a size 8.25 but I have three more similar beautiful stones, if you want one made in your size. I will be offering these for a short time on etsy and obviously here before I move on. Yes moving on is the nature of this beast, I get a little bored sitting with a design for too long, I want to explore and expound, to see what's around the next corner.
If you are interested and would like to reserve a stone, you know how to reach me.
*Please note, the ring faces will be similar, I am Ro not robot so the size of the stars and placement will be slightly different on each ring. Revisions will not be made on the band style.
Before I started my studio revamp I also started this ring with a pretty Priday Plume Agate collected at Richadsons Ranch just outside of Madres Oregon. I started the ring along with it's sister.....
Have good day all of you morning doves and night owls, maybe even a blue footed boobie!.....Hooooo hoooooo Ro