Spiny Oyster Turquoise Ring (Size: 7.5) - GN
Orange Spiny Oyster Sterling Silver Ring
This is a spectacular piece that would look fabulous on anyone. Each piece I create is made from start to finish with a creative and artistic soul in mind. The ring is made with a spiny oyster cabochon set in .925 Sterling silver with a unique triple stacked textured band. The ring measures at a size 7. My jewelry is intended to make you stop, look twice and think?????
Please understand that handcrafted jewelry is just that, handcrafted. It is not perfect, slight variations are what gives handcrafted jewelry its unique character.
The material called, “Spiny Oyster,” used by Native American artists to make inlays and fine jewelry. Scientifically called Spondylus, spiny oysters are members of a super-family that includes scallops. While they are not, in fact, true oysters, Spiny oysters also have the same physical attributes as oysters, with two-part shells that are hinged together with a ball and socket design; their singular characteristic is their sharp, pointy outer shells, covered in spikes. To the common man, these incredible creatures are known as thorny oysters, or more commonly, spiny oysters. They are found primarily in the warm waters of the Sea of Cortez, off the coast of Baja California.