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23 hours ago
Gemstone Tuesday! October has 2 birthstones. Opal is the traditional birthstone and tourmaline is the newer birthstone. Both are colorful and beautiful gemstones. They are great to use in jewelry and rings that are not worn daily. Opal is pretty soft and may not hold up to the stresses of everyday wear. It is 5 to 6.5 on the MOHS hardness scale. Tourmaline comes in a range of colors and is also the gem for the 8th wedding anniversary. It is a bit harder at 7 to 7.5 on the MOHS scale but is not the best choice for a ring to be worn daily. This is a ring we made to showcase a client's 11mmX15mm tourmaline; was not made as an engagement or wedding ring. Terry's birthday is in October...who else has an October birthday? Do you prefer opal (Terry does) or tourmaline? ... See MoreSee Less
Opal for this October baby!
4 days ago
beryl in Northampton was known as the Don Muller Gallery and has carried Jim's work since just about the beginning. Don retired in 2012 and Maya MacLachan and her team have continued the business, renaming it beryl. They carry Jim's rings and are happy to work with you and us for your dream mokume engagement or wedding ring! www.shopberyl.com/bridal/artist?id=43 ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Some people like both the etched look and the non-etched look...and not sure which they want their ring to be. Sometimes with a couple one wants etched and the other wants non-etched. Keep in mind we can go from non-etched to etched (or lightly etched) but not the other way around. When in doubt it's best to go with non-etch as we can always etch the ring later. Etched (and lightly etched) rings show the pattern more; non-etched is a bit more subtle. This is a pair of palladium 500 and sterling silver mokume rings, non-etched and etched. Which do you prefer? ... See MoreSee Less
I think it depends on the combination. The more subtle color differences lend well to a light etch.
Non etched for me 🔥
Mine are etched and I love them.
Etched for me
6 days ago
Throwback Thursday from 2002. Jim created these olive picks for a martini related show. Jim can design items that aren't rings or jewelry. Do you have something in mind for a special gift? I think these are still a great item...and I think Jim's photograph skills has improved a LOT in 18 years! ... See MoreSee Less
My martini glasses are crying! They are beautiful.