Gold Calla Lily Ring


made to order


The calla lily has a long traditions of meaning beauty, change, and remembrance. I carved this flower out of jeweler's wax, cast it in 10k yellow gold, cleaned it up, and brushed it to a glowing satin finish.

If you would like a date, name, or short phrase engraved inside, please include it in the "Personalization" field when checking out. I offer this handwritten engraving at no extra cost, and it is optional.


The flower measures a little over 1/4" at its widest (or 8mm) , and the shank is a little over 1/16" wide (or 2mm). The flower is about 5/8" long, or 16mm.


Size 7 3/4 in stock and ready to ship. I will resume taking orders for custom sized rings in the New Year. If you would like to be notified when custom sized rings are available again, please let me know!

Made by hand in Brooklyn and ships gift boxed. The paper lining in the gift box may be different than what is pictured, but it will be just as pretty.

PLEASE NOTE: If you would like word, date, or short phrase engraved inside, please include the text in the "Personalization" field when checking out. I do the engraving with a hand-held engraving pen, so it looks like handwriting, not like classic engraving. There is no additional charge to have something engraved inside. I love rings with messages inside them, and enjoy creating them for others.

There are several ways to go about finding your ring size:

- You can go to a jeweler, almost any jewelry shop will measure your finger for you.

- Bring a ring that fits to a jeweler to be measured.

- Printable ring size guides are a great DIY solution.

- Order a ring sizer kit. They are relatively inexpensive, and last forever! There are ones for measuring your finger, and ones that have a tool for measuring rings, and ones that come with both. 

Oxidized Silver

For my oxidized sterling silver pieces, I recommend using a silver polishing cloth to keep your jewelry bright.

I do NOT recommend a jewelry cleaning salvation like Tarn-x or the aluminum foil and baking soda method because it will remove all go the oxidization from your piece.


For my gold pieces, a silver polishing cloth will work as well. 

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