Handmade jewelry in a small studio

East Honolulu, Hawaii

Announcement    Hello. Please message me with any questions or send me an email lisa@ I post things from the studio on instagram @sundayowl


Last updated on Aug 9, 2020

Hello. Please message me with any questions or send me an email lisa@ I post things from the studio on instagram @sundayowl



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About SundayOwl

Sales 395
On Etsy since 2011

Earthy | Simple

Growing up I've always loved rings. There's something so simple about a band on your finger that makes your heart smile. I have a collection of rings, some skinny, some giant cocktail rings, some are fancy, some are made of plastic, some are even broken, but as I look at each one I remember a moment in my life.

I was drawn to the history behind lost wax casting and rose cut stones, a time where things were simply made, when the world moved just a little bit slower.

When choosing gemstones, I think of my dachshund. He has one blue eye, one brown eye, is spotted all over and coos like a bird, he's odd, I immediately fell in love. I feel the same about stones, each one has it's own special markings which tell their story, the journey they've been through. I love oddballs, that's how I see myself.

Once the stone is chosen, I begin by sculpting a home for it out of wax. I then make a plaster mold of the wax ring and allow it to set. The mold now goes into my kiln for many hours during which the wax is melted out. Next I melt the gold with my torch and spin it into the mold using a centrifugal casting machine. It then gets quenched in water, there is a mini explosion as the plaster mold is destroyed. My heart smiles as I dig to the bottom of the quench bucket and find your little gold sculpture.

Even the simple bands are individually made as I don't have rubber molds. At one time I decided it would be smarter to have these molds so I bought a rubber wax mold vulcanizer and a wax injector. I made many molds and it seemed like it took forever to cut them all open. I injected them with wax and had lots of rings all at once. They looked fine but I didn't like them, they felt cold like they were from a factory. I threw out all of my rubber molds and decided that I would make each ring one at a time.

△ Sometimes I make ceramics.

Shop members

  • Lisa

    Owner, Maker

    Hello. I'm Lisa.

Shop policies

Last updated on October 5, 2021
Dear visitors, Welcome to Sunday Owl.

I grew up in an environmentally conscious household, I keep that in mind and do my best with my business. I use recycled gold and when possible will choose natural green products over chemicals.

I cleanse all of the gemstones in the ocean or the dirt as I believe that they carry energy. I purchase stones from people who have pledged to follow the Kimberley process. I want my art to be filled with LOVE and peacefulness △. My gold is from Hoover and Strong, they use recycled metal and do their best to protect the environment.

CARE - To care for your jewelry use a soft clean toothbrush and some dishwashing liquid with warm water and give the stone a brush. Rinse with fresh water and dry with a soft lint-free cloth. Be gentle around any prongs. I clean all of my jewelry this way as I prefer not to use harsh chemicals. I work with included gemstones so please do not put them in an ultrasonic cleaner.  It would be best to remove your jewelry if you are cleaning with any chemicals, or when you go into the ocean or a pool.

I love my Etsy shop. Please message me if you have any questions. Thank you for your visit.

Accepted payment methods

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I don't accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
Please notify me within 3 days from the date of delivery if you decide to return your item. A refund will be given if returned in its original condition within 5 days from the date of delivery. Made to order items are a final sale. Once your ring is sized it will be a final sale. If you have any concerns with your order please let me know and I will do my best to make it right. Thank you.

Shipping costs, customs, tariffs, duties, and tax are non-refundable. Customer will be responsible for return shipping and insurance.

Thank you for your understanding.

With Mettā ♥△ , Lisa
I currently accept payments through Etsy direct check out and PayPal.
I will ship your ring within 5 business days if you don't need it to be sized. Ring re-sizing will ship in 1-2 weeks. Made to order items will ship within 3-5 weeks. Ceramics will ship within 3-5 business days.

Domestic Shipping (USA)
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GOLD- USPS with insurance and signature confirmation - tracking number provided

Orders over $500usd- FedEx 2Day with insurance and a signature will be required - tracking number provided

Ceramics- USPS first class with insurance and delivery confirmation - tracking number provided

At this time I am unable to ship to P.O. boxes - sorry about that.

International Shipping
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USPS international, FedEx or UPS. Customer is responsible for customs, tariffs, duties, tax and any other fees your country may charge you.

Please contact me if you have any special shipping requests.
I respect people's privacy. I don't collect data, to be honest I'm not really sure how to do that. I will email you about your order or if you message me about anything and that's it, I'm not an email list person. Your information will be provided to the shipping company in order to get your items to you. If you live outside of the United States I am required to fill out customs forms so I will have to share it with them as well. I do keep records for my taxes, but they don't need your address. My shop is on Etsy and they process the payments so if you have some concerns you may want to read their privacy policies.