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You can say it was passed down to you from your Victorian Great Gran! This grungy, steam-punky, post-apocalyptic relic is actually a brand new ring made entirely by me! I made it for a wonderful customer who we shall call Lovely A. We agreed it's too wonderful to keep to ourselves.

I make it using the ancient lost-wax casting method. This one is 14k white gold and left with a slightly rough, unfinished texture because, well, it's so much cooler that way! The oxidizing is done with a secret method I have developed, and no, I won't tell anyone how I do it, muuuuahahaha! The center stone in this original ring was a customer's own diamond but I have many stones available to customize this ring. Side stones are white opal cabochons but can also be your choice.

The ring as pictured in 14k gold with one of a selection of rose-cut natural diamonds I have in 1/3 to 1/2 carat size will cost $800 up to size 8. Your ring may differ depending on materials used. Please inquire so we can design your ring together.

I can use your old gold jewelry to make into this ring if you like. It helps with the price a LOT!

Oxidized White gold ring rose cut diamond rustic band opal -Oxidized grunge

$830.00

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Occasion: Engagement
  • Primary color: Gold
  • Holiday: Christmas
  • Band color: White
  • Gem color: Champagne
  • Materials: gold, diamond, rose cut, opal, white, 14k, 10k, natural diamond, black gold, blackened, oxidized, black, recycled
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 337 reviews
  • Favorited by: 187 people