The Ring

I mentioned before that we will be launching a new collection soon.

Here it is!

Beautiful and gorgeous rings made with semi-precious gemstones bezel set with the band and bezel made from sterling silver dipped in 24k solid gold.  The gemstones came out so beautifully and I’m liking how the color of the band turned out.  Most of the time silver dipped in gold usually turns out very yellowish gold.  Something I don’t quite feel like having.  But the color of this one turned out pretty pretty good.

Wear them on their own like this:

Or use several of them on your fingers like this:

Or stack them up one by one to create a whole new look!

All birthstone gemstones are available such as:

Email me at for orders

Or check out our size 6 pieces in our shop here.

6 responses to “The Ring

    • JJ July 30, 2012 at 3:59 am

      thank you 🙂


      • Fatima August 14, 2012 at 3:36 pm

        I really eneyojd this post. You describe this topic very well. Natural gemstones are found in nature. Laboratory-created stones, as the name implies, are made in a laboratory. Laboratory- created stones do not have the rarity or value of natural colored gemstones. Laboratory-created and imitation stones should be clearly identified as such. The basic unit for weighing gemstones is the carat, which is equal to one-fifth (1/5th) of a gram. Carats are divided into 100 units, called points. When gemstones are measured by dimensions, the size is expressed in millimeters (for example, 7 5 millimeters). Gemstone treatments or enhancements refer to the way some gems are treated to improve their appearance or resilience, or even change their color. Many gemstones are treated in some way. Some enhancements also affect the value of a stone, when measured against a comparable untreated stone. Treatments and/or enhancements should always be disclosed by the seller.


  1. Li-Anne Bautista August 4, 2012 at 3:01 am

    Hi. I find your work really beautiful and I’m interested to place some orders for a ring, earring and necklace set of my March birthstone. How should I go about it? … By the way, we were classmates at the TOAP one-year course last year and you are also highly recommended by an officemate, Evelyn. 😊


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