• Crab Claw Ring


    PRODUCT INFO AND PROCESS: I found a teeny tiny broken crab at a beach in North Carolina, and carefully cast one of his little legs to get a wax model. Then, carved an opposing claw and stone setting. Last, I made a mold so I can cast this lovely little "crab claddagh" in repeat! After finishing the casting and setting the stones, I oxidize the sterling so you can really see the crevices and details. Currently I have lab-created peridot, sapphire or aquamarine ready to be set in the claws. The first photo is the sapphire, then on the hand there are both peridot and aquamarine versions.

    SIZE: The claw measures about 5" to the top of the triangle. Stones are 2.5 mm round.

    CARE: Clean additional tarnish from your ring with any commercial jewelry cloth, but if you wear it frequently it will self-polish.

    CUSTOMIZATION: Would you like a different stone? Please send me a note and I will do my best to accommodate you!