To be truthful I'm just sitting here wondering where to begin, while I was thinking, the big green ring keeled over :)
I think you should all just pack a lunch and come over.....
Maybe the best way to begin is to do so slowly..... I fell in love with this gorgeous stone on Saturday the stone cutters tell me it's varasite from Utah though I don't think I've ever seen one like this, I love the little spray of plant life displayed, like pressed flowers.
One of my experiments this week was to make this pretty chain element in which to frame the stone. The band is narrowish and textured, the ring is size 7.5
( *sold Sunrise size 8 )..... ( *sold First Frost size 7)......( *sold Small Wintergreen size 8)
mookaite jasper, rutilated quartz and faceted chrysoprase are the stones on 12 mm wide bands.
Fire size*sold 7.75.....Pueblo*sold size 8........Condor *sold size 9..... Chaparral size 7.5
Then there were saddles, oh how I enjoy building these rings, each stone has a little personality, you know like the fainting Wintergreen, so each one enjoys a little one of a kind band. The stones in order are Noreena Jasper, Laguna Lace (looks like cliff dwellings), Condor Agate and Texas Plume Agate.
down to the smallest detail.
Thank you for being here!
The End xo Ro