sorry for the late post today! thankfully it’s a stack post I know you’ll love. today’s killer stack comes from Jivita Harris-Casey, a jewelry designer and mama to two wonderful little boys. here’s what she has to say about her stack…
The grouping changes pretty regularly, depending on the mood and sometimes the nail color! They are all sterling silver rings from my collections.
The open almost eye shape on the far pinky is the newest design and is called burnt water.
Its shape was inspired in part by Navaho rug weavings, and specifically a weaving style from the ’70s, where this ring gets its name. The stack with the lapis and snake textured pyramid is a combination I wear almost daily.
The Path rings were inspired by the brick roads in Europe.
I loved the way different brickwork and cobblestones would intersect and create these amazing patterns. I designed several patterns so that the wearer could always be creating and changing their path.
The large bezel set stone stackers and pyramids add a little sculpture to the combinations.
On the other hand, I have a one of a kind sapphire, gold, and silver ring that I absolutely love paired next to one of my Path Rings set with tiny amethyst and nestled between hammered gold-fill bands.
I don’t always wear rings when I am working at the bench, but when I don’t have my hands on my tools I love to stack on the jewelry!
love that polish and love that stack! thanks Jivita!