Sterling Silver Rings – Vascular Lace
These sterling silver rings are part of my Vascular Lace series, inspired by microscopic images of plant cells. It has been etched with images of actual plant cells and gently domed to give the ‘cells’ more visual depth. Sterling silver, etched, oxidized, burnished. Made to order for sizing. NOTE: as these pieces are individually etched using actual images of plant cells, the etching pattern may vary slightly. See more of my Vascular Lace series in Earrings, Necklaces and Bracelets/Cuffs.
- Enter your ring size in “Order Notes:” at the “Shipping Address”section at the checkout page.
- If you are unsure of your ring size, use the Ring Sizing Guide HERE.
- If you require further information email Karen HERE.
Want to know more about sterling silver? Particularly 925 sterling silver then read about it HERE.
Here is a little more info about me and my work…
Karen brings her love of nature and her keen eye for detail to her contemporary sterling silver jewellery. Karen has successfully combined her jewellery making skills with an earlier background in horticulture and landscape design. This combined experience enables Karen to design and create beautiful handcrafted sterling silver jewellery with a focus on the natural world around her.
Working with sterling silver and gold, Karen uses traditional silversmithing techniques along with modern etching processes to shape and form stunning works of wearable art.
Her interest in all things horticultural influences her designs at times with the use of natural objects such as seeds and seed pods which are sawn, drilled, shaped and incorporated into items such as rings, pendants and earrings.
Karen designs and creates each individual piece by hand in her studio in rural Victoria, Australia – her inspiration for her sterling silver jewellery comes not only from her surrounds but from within … sentimental moments and meanings are often captured and made into a lasting memento of precious thoughts and feelings.
Karen also enjoys working with her clients to create individual pieces which reflect the personality of the wearer, or have deeper personal meanings for them. It is always a joy to see the happiness in the faces of clients when they collect their piece that they have had a part in designing or to hear back from them with their stories of what the jewellery means to them or their special someone.