Madelynn Cassin Designs
Oregon Sunstone and Diamond Wedding Ring
Oregon Sunstone and Diamond Wedding Ring
↬ Flush Set Oregon Sunstone and Diamonds
↬ Recycled 14k yellow gold
↬ Matte, brushed finish
↬ Band is 6mm wide and approximately 1.5-1.75mm thick
↬ Moissanite comes with a certificate of authenticity
↬ Handmade in Keene, NH
↬ Also available in 14k Palladium White Gold and 14k Rose Gold, pop me a message for a custom listing
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Why is a One Garnet Girl ring so special?
Each setting is hand carved in wax, cast in metal, and hand polished, prepped, soldered and set in our Onegarnetgirl workshop in Keene, NH. From concept to completion all settings are handcrafted and never utilize purchased, mass produced components.
Feedback on our handmade experience:
"We are SO happy with this ring!!! Madelynn did an amazing job in creating it with a very high-quality, beautifully handcrafted appearance! We absolutely love it! We're so impressed by the quality of both the ring & the service...we're very much looking forward to ordering a wedding band to accompany this ring."
- Charley & CariAbout my work:
I make all of my jewelry in my small workshop in Keene, New Hampshire. Handmade jewelry is my passion and this is a dream come true for me and I appreciate all of your support throughout the years.
Recycled Metals and Ethically Sourced Gemstones:
I only use recycled metals to minimize the effect of mining on the environment. I use ethically sourced conflict-free gemstones from all over the world.
I can customize this piece in different metals or with a different gemstone. I would also be thrilled to work with you on a completely custom piece where we work together to create the piece you are envisioning. Please send me a message if you are interested.
Cleaning and Maintenance:
To eliminate the need to clean often simply rinse a ring every time you wash your hands and remove it during lotion application, returning it when your hands are dry.
Avoid cleaning with chemicals, including bleach, chlorine and jewelry dips. These can actually damage to metal and some soft gemstones. There are a number of ways to clean your gemstone and precious metal jewelry, the simplest and least expensive of which is using a hot water soak. Add a pinch of Oxyclean to a cup of hot (NOT boiling) water. Soak for 10 minutes, use a soft bristled toothbrush to remove any residual debris under the stone and in crevasses. Rinse
well and dry. I love Wrights Silver polish and stock it in our Online shop as an add on. Just rub with a cloth and sterling is given a beautiful clean shine. Ultrasonic cleaners use high frequency sound waves to loosen debris and work very nicely.
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What makes my jewelry special
Madelynn Cassin Designs has been selling on ETSY since 2008 under the shop name Onegarnetgirl. This small, independently owned business grew from a love of gemstones and a passion for making. Madelynn's designs are inspired by large, naturally occurring colored gemstones and the way they sparkle in the sun. These mini works of art start from a block of wax that she then carefully carves into the bold yet delicate and feminine creations that bare her name. This labor of love has grown from a small workspace on a three-season porch to a bustling workshop in an old mill building, where Madelynn continues to handmake objects that help people feel beautiful, loved and express their personalities.
Sustainability is super important, as the effects of mining for precious materials can devastate communities unnecessarily. Because of this, we use only alloys that are 100% recycled, ethically sourced gemstones, and utilize compostable, plant based packaging.
Why is a Madelynn Cassin Piece so Special?
Each setting is hand carved in wax, cast in metal, and hand polished, prepped, soldered and set in our workshop in Keene, NH. From concept to completion all settings are handcrafted and never utilize purchased mass-produced components. If you treasure jewelry that is made by hand, in a careful, thoughtful manner, you have come to the right place.