Cast from a willow twig, this gold ring features 3 buds and the natural wood grain texture of the twig.
A perfect gift for a gardener or nature lover, the willow tree is a great symbol for resilience as it has evolved to thrive and grow vigorously when cut back.
Whether you choose this ring as a wedding ring, a gift for a landmark birthday or to celebrate the birth of a baby, it will look stunning worn on its own, or stacked with other rings from the twig collection.
You may choose to order this ring in 9 carat gold or 9 carat Fair Trade gold. If you are considering the option of 18 carat gold or platinum, or if indeed you love this ring but would like a slightly different design, please contact me and I can give you a quote.
Handmade and hallmarked in London, this ring is delivered in a luxury gift box with a complimentary gift card. You may request a handwritten gift note to be included in the parcel.
Shipping - the price includes free shipping. Within the UK the item would be shipped via Royal Mail Special Delivery, internationally, via Royal Mail Tracked and Signed service. If you would like to upgrade to an express service, whether in the UK or internationally, please contact me and I can get you a specific quote.
Production Time - These rings are made to order, so please allow a minimum of 3 weeks for your unique ring to be cast, hallmarked and polished. If you would like to have a variation to the design, this will add to the production time. If you are in a particular hurry, please get in touch and I can give you a more accurate timescale, and I just might be able to rush it through for you.
Sizing - I have listed these rings in UK/Australia sizing. If you look through the listing photos, you will come across a sizing chart so that you can convert your size into the scale which is listed. If you have any doubts about the size and fit of the ring, I would be happy to send you a ring sizer or a sample ring to help you find the perfect fit before committing to purchasing this item.
A former landscape architect, I spend a lot of my time staring at trees, branches, twigs, leaves and seed pods. I'm always finding more things to collect when I'm out for my daily walks with my dog. I find that nature has such a wonderful way of creating patterns, undulations and bud formations that I am compelled to incorporate these in the jewellery I make.