we can do one up all custom-style for you with an equally beautiful swirling brown agate. it won't be exactly like the one in the photo...but it will be beautiful. and made with BIG love.
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silver (as opposed to brass) knuckles! the heart spans two (..err, almost four) fingers and the way that the ring is constructed i will make it to your ring sizes. also, it will allow more flexibility when you're wearing it making it one crazy comfortable ring -- especially considering the size.
oh right, the size. the heart measures 60mm across, and about 45mm from the top to the point, and sits about 10mm at it's highest arch.
we are also featuring an exclusive collection through NewYorkDesigner.com using limited, rare stones but with the overall look and feel of the one seen on stage. they do amazing work over there, so if you get a chance, check it out:
let me know if you have any questions!
PRESS PIECE FROM NewYorkDesigner:
Behind Esperanza Spalding's Oscar Ring
Esperanza Spalding has played the White House, the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony and last night she stole the show at the Oscars while wearing the massive and fabulous agate heart knuckle ring by Loving Anvil.
We began our conversations with Esperanza's stylist leading into the Grammys. Honored she would think of NewYorkDesigner.com, it was a big decision selecting which piece from which designer, as we have so much talent on the site. After more details came through, Loving Anvil was a sure fit and the Massive Agate Heart Knuckle Ring was the ring for such a beautiful, talented woman with such style of her own. Now, playing bass while donning a double-knuckled ring is no easy feat we were just as skeptical as we were excited this ring would be worn. THEN...could it really be that she selected it for the the Oscars instead? What? No way. Yup.
There was no need for the garish for this voice to attract attention. A simple, bold double knuckled ring it was - with a white, flowing gown. Millions saw and heard that for themselves when she took the stage with Louis Armstrong's What a Wonderful World for the traditional Academy Award's In Memoriam segment.
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