The bonnie Ash tree ring

The bonnie Ash tree ring

Ash – “Nion” – Ruler of the 3rd Lunar Moonth – (18th Feb – 17th March)

Ogham tree ring made from a recycled silver Victorian Shilling.  Given to the third moonth of the thirteen month Lunar calendar (18th feb – 17th March) The Third Moon month of Ash.  The collection of jewellery celebrating the Ash tree of life and its connection to our existence.  The symbolic nature of protection, power, health and courage present in each piece.  There are many place names with the syllable ‘Ask’ – the Norse word for Ash, for example:  – Askrigg in Yorkshire, Port Askaig in Argyllshire, Askham in Furness in Lancashire.

The Ash leaf ring I have created from a recycled silver coin are imbued with these connections and will make beautiful ring and protection amulet.  The design is freehand drawn onto the slightly flattened silver shilling. I then meticulously follow this guide sketch with a traditional hand engraver. The design is then ‘pierced’ out with a traditional jewellers hand saw. It is these tools which allow me a close connection with each piece and to ensure your ring will be completely original and special to wear. The back of the ring is the Ogham rune for Ash. If preferred you are welcome to request an initial in place of the rune. The design is finished with a lovely hammer textured and faceted silver band also made from 100% recycled silver.

The ring is presented with the ‘donor’ silver shilling from which the leaf was hand cut. This is a lovely piece of silver which connects your ring to its previous wondrous history.

Size : The Alder leaf is approx 10 mm wide and 30 mm long.

Recycled in Cambridge. 100 year old+ Sterling silver coin.

£185

Ring Size * 

Engraved initial (instead of Ogham Rowan Rune symbol)

Ash – “Nion” – Ruler of the 3rd Lunar Moonth – (18th Feb – 17th March)

Ogham tree ring made from a recycled silver Victorian Shilling.  Given to the third moonth of the thirteen month Lunar calendar (18th feb – 17th March) The Third Moon month of Ash.  The collection of jewellery celebrating the Ash tree of life and its connection to our existence.  The symbolic nature of protection, power, health and courage present in each piece.  There are many place names with the syllable ‘Ask’ – the Norse word for Ash, for example:  – Askrigg in Yorkshire, Port Askaig in Argyllshire, Askham in Furness in Lancashire.

The Ash leaf ring I have created from a recycled silver coin are imbued with these connections and will make beautiful ring and protection amulet.  The design is freehand drawn onto the slightly flattened silver shilling. I then meticulously follow this guide sketch with a traditional hand engraver. The design is then ‘pierced’ out with a traditional jewellers hand saw. It is these tools which allow me a close connection with each piece and to ensure your ring will be completely original and special to wear. The back of the ring is the Ogham rune for Ash. If preferred you are welcome to request an initial in place of the rune. The design is finished with a lovely hammer textured and faceted silver band also made from 100% recycled silver.

The ring is presented with the ‘donor’ silver shilling from which the leaf was hand cut. This is a lovely piece of silver which connects your ring to its previous wondrous history.

Size : The Alder leaf is approx 10 mm wide and 30 mm long.

Recycled in Cambridge. 100 year old+ Sterling silver coin.

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NECKLACE INFORMATION

Many of the necklace / pendant designs are complete. These designs have a sterling silver chain attached to the pendant from both sides. This design is perfect for looking in a mirror to fasten the necklace. It also makes a fabulous feature of the handmade hook catch (and star if chosen).  The necklace length you choose includes the length of the actual pendant. Do not worry about the pendant dimensions we will take care of your order. Order the necklace length you would normally wear and the necklace you receive will sit in the perfect position..

 

BRACELET INFORMATION

Extra small : approx 170 mm

Small size : approx 185 mm

Medium size : approx 195 mm

Large size : approx 210 mm (good size if you want a looser dangly medium fit)

XL size approx 225 mm (includes an extra link; i.e. another lovely flower, butterfly, bird, etc section custom made)

XXL size approx 250 mm ((includes an extra two links; i.e. another couple of lovely flower, butterfly, bird, etc sections custom made)

Ring Sizes.

A local jeweller will happily provide you the ring size you require for the desired finger you wish to adorn! Its a quick, easy, simple process we all offer!However if you are buying a surprise gift please fee free to download this simple ring size guide to help.

Silver Chain lengths size guide

Silver chain lengths are many and various.  Mostly it comes down to two factors your size and individual style.  These will determine whats going to suit you at the times you are wearing it.  Click the link to see a guide of the most popular sizes and how they look, comparatively.