My time at my bench, lately, has mostly been spent on custom projects, and I'm enjoying every minute. I don't always get to document all my custom orders (I'll work on that) but I really wanted to share this particular commission. It is a commissioned ring for a very patient New Yorker named Karla. She wanted a replica of a ring she'd found on Pintrest. I try not to do exact replicas of jewelry out of respect for other artists. But, Karla wanted the ring to be as similar to her inspiration photo as possible. So I did my best to change up the details a bit while keeping with her chosen aesthetic.
This was for sure a fun and channeling project. Not only did it push me out of my choice of aesthetic; it also force me to learn a few new tricks! I was so pleased with the outcome of this ring I forgot clean and re-polish it before snapping a quick picture! I'll update the photo after I touch up the ring a bit! For now lets just enjoy this beauty!
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