Anahita Sculpted Copper & Pearl
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Celebrate the Beauty of YOU!
- One-of-a-Kind Piece
- Hand-Crafted With Love
- Attention to Detail & Comfort
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Sculpted Copper Ring
*from the Strong Collection
I was so excited to create this ring, firstly because of the pearl – I think it’s very special, because it has two sides – like each of us – we can be kind, but we also have to know how to stand our ground and look after what we value.
The second reason I’m proud to invite you to look at this ring is the sculpting of the metal. It was a difficult shaping process, but the end result has truly poetic lines (at least in my opinion). The pearl stands tall. The copper is warm and rozy – the two collaborate very effectively.
The Strong collection invites you to stand tall – just like the name implies. To be YOU – with fluidity (like the shapes in the pearl and the metal. To stand beautiful, and be gentle, knowing you’re also tough and resilient.
OR – you could simply LOVE the piece for its beauty – up to you.
How does it make you feel?
This ring is a US size 7.5. Please email me if you're unsure about the fit. I want you to be happy that it will fit you. You can also click on the Sizes tab to measure things yourself.
The pearl stand at 13.5mm from the finger, and as you can see from the video it is comfortable and bold :o)
Beautiful, warm, and wild pure copper. It will tarnish over time. You can keep it tarnished, or easily restore its brightness with the tips on our Care page.
Here are the most common ring sizes and their conversions across the main geographical regions.
If you don’t know the ring size you need, you could measure the circumference of your finger by using a piece of string. Wrap the string around your finger carefully without tightening or loosening it too much, and tie it in a knot. Cut the string anywhere else except on the knot. Then measure from one end of the cut to the other (across the knot). That’s your finger circumference to use to check up your size.
If you’re unsure – please contact me – I can help :o)
Your shipping is free on orders over $45. The free shipping includes worldwide tracked & signed-for standard shipping. I decided to do that just to make it simpler for your experience here.
If you would like expedited shipping via a courier, I can provide you with a separate estimate. Please email me via my contact page to let me know of your preferences.
All pieces are created with natural metals and stones, which makes them a little more vulnerable to their external environment. Please keep them away from all chemicals and acids (like perfumes, creams, or hand sanitizers – anything that you wouldn’t eat :o).
Ideally, store them in an enclosed pouch or box, as all metals react with air and water particles over time. You’ll receive your piece inside a plastic zip-lock pouch with an anti-tarnish strip inside for that reason (certainly not because it makes it attractive – sorry). If you can keep your pieces inside those – great.
But I know we have better things to do than to be super strict with storing our jewelry the right way, so when your favorites get a little less than perfect, here are a few quick & easy steps to refresh them:
- You’ll receive a shining cloth that you can use to clean your piece with, from time to time. This is great for a quick clean. Use the cloth as is – DO NOT WET it please, as it will get ‘gummy’. It will clean pretty much all types of metal with moderate tarnish. It will last a while, so keep it – it’s a good tool to have on your side.
- When cleaning your pieces – be careful – don’t be too harsh with the stones. These can move or break – so please be kind.
- Should you need to clean copper with more serious tarnish: use a salt : vinegar : water paste in roughly 1:3:3 parts ratios. Immerse the pieces (try to avoid dipping the stones for too long), and gently scrub with a toothbrush into the more intricate areas. This is a fantastic cleaner for copper – also a great party trick :o)
- To clean your gold-like brass pieces: use normal toothpaste and an old toothbrush. Coat the piece with the toothpaste gently (don’t use water yet, or maybe just a little if needed. Rub with the brush or massage in with your fingers. Wash the toothpaste off thoroughly within a minute, as the paste may start to harden, which makes it harder to get off afterward. Make sure you’ve got all the toothpaste out.