I truly believe that gracious women are built,
brick by brick,
by other women.
In the company of yours,
I hope you give the gift of laughter
And the favor is returned.
I hope you create light,
and I hope you treasure the light of others.
In honor of gracious and hilarious women....
That winning combination of heart and soul...
In honor of YOUR pack of light-bringers,
Sterling Silver Stacking Rings.
To give. To receive. To wear altogether or divided among fingers.
Split them up, save them for later,
collect a bunch, stack 'em up, and share the love.
Tokens of friendship, in sets of 6.
Sterling Silver stacking rings come in a set of 6, and are meant for stacking together and dividing among fingers, both of yours and your friends!
18 gauge wire is soldered, hammered, and brushed for a nice matte shine. Rings will shine brightly the more you wear them, bathe in them, and never take them off. These babies are extra comfortable, pack a punch on their own, and look great as one or 6.
Hammered with love in my Northwest Montana studio.
The story of the stack: I was just a student, struggling to find my voice. I had tried my hand at Art school, Liberal Arts, Outdoor Education, even WWOOFer Farming....all just landed....sorta flat. I enrolled in 2008 at the community college in the valley, and would immediately fall in love with metal. It's an affair that continues to be just true love.
In the throes of school, I was also bartending, gardening, waiting tables, did a short stint as a housekeeper, ALL the things young 20-somethings do to pay the bills. I was broke. BUT. A friend of mine offered to commission 60 individual thin rings for her trip to Burning Man. Apparently, there's no currency at this festival, but TRADE was the ticket, so she intended on trading her stack rings for goods and things through her weekend in the desert. I took the job, made the rings, and friends who knew her, and friends of mine, started asking for them....regularly. I started offering them as a set of 6, and took them to the Farmers Markets....and ended up selling out, for YEARS! They ended up being the glue (and the funds!) I needed to get my fledgling studio and business off the ground.
And after that, they became my 'Bread n' Butter' Stacks. Because, truly, they fed me.