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SS Patterned Rings by che4u SS Patterned Rings by che4u
Here are 3 new rings in sterling silver with patterned bands. One has a large fancy jasper oval cabochon, one has a faceted, oval, brown tourmaline and the last has a trillion, faceted, sky blue topaz.

I really like these rings, the patterned bands are some of my favorite. Thanks for looking, hope you like them too!
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Helen-Baq Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Student Artisan Crafter
Those are gorgeous. Love them all, especially the topaz. :heart:
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che4u Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Professional General Artist
Thank you very much, that's my favorite of the bunch, too, almost fits perfectly, (for me), as an engagement ring. LOL
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Helen-Baq Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Student Artisan Crafter
Oooo, lucky you! My fiance recently was given an opal and diamond ring by a random stranger (I simply love opals - all those pretty colors) that fits my wedding finger perfectly! :D
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che4u Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Professional General Artist
Nice! Keep the opal out of the sun/heat, though, a lot of folks don't realize that opals might shatter if they get too hot... just a head's up. :) I won't be keeping this one, as much as I like it, I have another one that I am getting ready to post now that'll do better for me. LOL Thanks again!
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Helen-Baq Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Student Artisan Crafter
Oh, thanks for the tip. I knew opals were a bit delicate (which makes them a questionable choice for me, lol), but didn't realize they'd do that. Not much of a threat here in Seattle, but it will be when I move back east. :)
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che4u Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Professional General Artist
That's a bit of a move, huh? I am in the northeast, myself. I love the ocean.
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Helen-Baq Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2006  Student Artisan Crafter
Yes. I used to live in NC and I miss it soooo much. I don't much care for the weather out here - cold drizzle most of the year, even mid-summer, and rarely ever a thunder storm. The mountains are beautiful, but rather inaccessable when compared to the appalachians. Also, it's becoming more and more geared toward the more refined arts here (opera, symphony, broadway plays), which is making the real art community thinner and thinner. I'd rather live in a community of artists and road trip to New York or Atlanta for opera or ballet. :)
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che4u Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2006  Professional General Artist
I understand, we just were going through appalachia territory en route to my husband's family the other day. It is a beautifult area, I'll give it that! A little warm for me, though. LOL I'm a northern girl, not built for the heat.
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