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This miniature calla lily was hand-built by me, from sterling silver sheet. It was formed, soldered, and pieced together in three separate sections.

I have securely soldered it to a thick (3/8") sterling silver band. I created the softly undulating wave pattern on this silver band by running it through a rolling mill, against a textured metal plate.

After soldering all of the elements of the ring together, I hand-polished the ring. It then spent a few hours in my rock tumbler. This process strengthens the metal and adds an enduring shine.

The next step was to deeply oxidize the metal. I then polished back the blackness from the outer surface of the flower, the tiny curled stigma, and the high points of the band's texture. The darkness of the patina adds contrast and depth to this tiny sculpture.

This particular ring is a size 8.25. Your ring size should be about a size smaller than this to accommodate the wide band. If you wish to have this ring created in your size, please contact me through my shop for a custom listing: please read: These ship with Air Mail Small Package, unless otherwise requested by you. This method has no tracking number, and a 4-10 business day (estimated, not guaranteed) travel time from Canada to the USA. If you would like a tracking number, or a faster shipping method (anywhere from three business days to overnight), please get in touch for an estimate prior to purchasing.

Oxidized Sterling Silver Calla Lily Ring


  • Handmade item
  • Material: sterling silver
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from Vancouver, Canada
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