For the most daring, the Threefooter ring makes the right statement. It begins as three feet of gold or sterling silver wire, which is first pushed and pulled in various directions, then wound repeatedly into a continuous loop, wrapping around the finger many times without beginning or end. Each ring is unique and different; no two are the same. Some are wider and wilder, some are tamer and longer.
This ring generally has 13-15 loops, but that can vary, depending on how much the metal was forged, and the size of the ring. Average width really varies on how the ring is wound, and can be anywhere between is 1.5 – 2.5 cm (ca. 3/8″ – 1″). For a more masculine style, I wind the length of precious metal more on the spot; for a more feminine version, it’ll get more elongated.
Want a customized ring? Have me make a special one for you (allow ample time for special orders).
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Sterling Twofooter Ring with Tourmaline set in 14k yellow gold, Size 8$966.00
https://www.dorotheerosen.ca/shop/sterling-twofooter-ring-with-tourmaline-set-in-14k-yellow-gold-sz8/I have made rings in the Onefooter series with coloured sapphires and aquamarine and rubies, but this one is new, and there is only one: a Twofooter ring in sterling silver, forged and then wound around the finger 9 times with a gorgeous green tourmaline, princess cut, 0.37ct, set in 14k yellow gold. This is a one-of-a-kind piece! Size […]Add to cart
Onefooter Rings – 18k Yellow Gold$2,600.00
https://www.dorotheerosen.ca/shop/onefooter-rings-18k-yellow-gold-2/I love 18k gold! A length of one foot of this lovely material is first forged, then wound to wrap around the finger many times without beginning or end. The metal finds its way differently each time, and thus no two rings are the same. This ring generally has 5 loops, but that can vary, depending […]Select options
https://www.dorotheerosen.ca/shop/twofooter-rings/Some people like to make a bigger statement: the Twofooter starts as two feet of gold or sterling silver wire, which is first forged in various directions, then wound repeatedly into a continuous loop, wrapping around the finger many times without beginning or end. Each ring is unique and different; no two are the same. […]Select options