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This elegant preserved flower ring is solid sterling silver with a rhodium plating. Rhodium is a commonly used metal (member of the platinum family) that increases the shine and scratch-resistance of your jewelry. The ring measures just over 13mm tall and is adorned with high-quality cubic zirconias that have a brilliant sparkle. A domed "stone" is carefully created from the preserved flowers you provide then professionally and securely set in the ring in my studio. Customize your special bereavement memento by adding one of our color add-ins, available in over 260 options. View them here.
Please allow for variation from the photographs as preserved flowers come in many colors and textures which may alter the color of your memorial "stone".
In the example photos, the following combination was used:
Natural color of flowers: Twenty year old white flowers (as shown)
Additives: Crushed synthetic opal, OP06
Love the style but not the setting? Most of our cremation or lock-of-hair items can be adapted to include dried flowers, soil from a special location, etc. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us for assistance in creating your perfect memorial jewelry.
The pressed flowers can be mailed directly to me using the directions you will receive in an automated email after purchase.
Please note your quoted turnaround time starts when I receive your package. Your order confirmation email will contain a link for confirming that I've received your package as well as an expected ship date.
Ashley Lozano is a self-taught silversmith specializing in highly personalized jewelry made from your pet's actual prints, cremations ashes, fingerprints, handwriting, baby footprints, sound waves, and more. She began creating jewelry in 2011 after looking for a necklace with her firstborn's name on it and failing to find anything she felt spoke for the overwhelming amount of love she had for him. Her first memorial cremation piece was created shortly after with her own father's ashes, whom she lost at an early age. Her work and techniques are ever-evolving as she aims to help her customers embrace and champion over their grief, something she has struggled with for much of her life.
Ashley grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and relocated to North Carolina in her early twenties. She lives among the Blue Ridge Mountains- just outside of Asheville- with her two beautiful and wild sons and her woodworking Veteran husband. We look forward to working for you.