Non-Native Appliqued Rings
Non-Native Appliqued Rings
Non-Native Appliqued Rings – Jewelry with a difference! ,tigers, vines, Tennessee walking horse, inititals, cedar bough, ace of spades, koro, Maori design, dragon, oak leaf, thistle, Ace of spades and a skull are just some of the wonderful themes we have worked with.
The Thistle (Onopordum acanthium) is actually part of the sunflower family. It’s main claim to fame is being the national symbol for Scotland. … Throughout Celtic regions thistle represents bravery, devotion, durability, strength and determination.
The Tiger – In the field of animal symbolism, the tiger is associated with both positive and negative meanings. In order to fully grasp the message this spirit animal has for you, pay attention to the behavior it displays and the feelings you have toward it. It will guide you to a deeper, more embodied understanding of meaning of this animal in your life.
Non-Native Appliqued Rings – more leaf designs
Oak Leaf – Oak is considered a medicine tree by many eastern and midwestern tribes, associated with strength and protection. Individual oak trees of great size and longevity have often been considered sacred and used as spiritual and civic centers for important tribal gatherings (such as weddings, peace conferences, and naming ceremonies.)
The cedar Bough has very significant meaning on the West Coast of North America. Finally, the cakes were packed in a box without cedar boughs and stored for winter, when they were eaten with dried salmon at tribal feasts. At this time, they were torn into … On the Pacific Coast, the most important edible type was, and is, red laver
Obviously there are unlimited possibilities for leaf and plant motifs. Email me with ideas and suggestions and let’s see what unique custom piece we can design.
BASIC RING COSTS - in the info below.... 1. Find the type of ring you would like - (Engraved, Appliquéd, Wrap-around, Cast, Mountain,) 2. ...find the width , (Thin, Wide, Wider ) .... 3. ....then metal content...( gold, silver, gold on silver., gold on gold ...etc) 4. Platinum depends on finger size , width and are generally 3-5 times gold 5. Rough costs are listed below due to finger size , design complexity and gold market. ENGRAVED RINGS - Thin bands -1/4"(6-7mm) - Silver - $100 - $120 - Gold - $630 - Wide Bands- 3/8"(9.5mm) - Silver engraved - $110 - $130 - 14k gold engraved - $660 APPLIQUED THIN BANDS (metal soldered on metal ) - Silver on silver- $290 - $420 - Gold on Silver- $450 - $700 - Gold on Gold- $500 - $750 APPLIQUED WIDE BANDS ( metal soldered on metal ) - Silver on silver $250 - $500 - 14k gold Disc on silver $250 - $500 - 14k gold (large /complicated) on silver $490 - $700 - Gold on Gold $700 - $990 APPLIQUED WIDER BANDS - 7/16 to 1/2"(11mm -12.7mm) - Silver engraved - $120 - $150 - Gold engraved - $740- $800 - Appliqued wider - Silver on silver $350 - $550 - 14k gold Disc rings - on silver $280 - $570 - 14k gold ( large-complicated ) on silver $600 -$800 - Gold on Gold $800 - $1100 WRAP-AROUND BANDS - 1/4"(6mm) - Silver engraved- $100 - $120 - Gold engraved- $470 - $670 - Appliqued wrap-around bands - Silver on silver- $280 - $400 - Gold on Silver- $280 - $500 - Gold on Gold- $490 - $900 Email for prices