Hope Hammered Stacker Set - Various Sizes
- This product is made from recycled water bottle material & eco-friendly ink + printing processes
- This product is designed, printed, cut , and sewn in the USA
- All products ship within ~1 business day!
- Low stock - 1 item left
- Inventory on the way
This is for a set of (3) hammered sterling silver stacked rings. All rings are individually independent of each other.
*Please note, size up 1 full ring size when ordering a thick band / stacker set. For ex: If your ring finger is normally a size 6, order a size 7 in this stacker set.
Also note that I can usually size these rings up by 1/2 size depending on what size your order. Please leave a note in the order notes and I'll be in touch!
*All of my items are made with my two hands from scratch with sterling silver and raw stones + a torch, solder, hand saw, hand files, and sandpaper. Because of this, no items are perfect. I truly believe it's the slight imperfections that give these pieces the character that deserves to be worn :)
There's a big reason why these are called the Hope Stacker Set. As you can read below, my husband and I have struggled with recurrent loss / infertility over the last 4 years. I personally wear a stack of 4 rings on my right hand as a constant reminder that we have 4 heaven-side babies. I don't ever want to forget them and this felt like the best way for me to continue to pray for them and for our continued journey to having earth-side babes.
Maybe there's something you're hoping for too? Or someone you're holding hope for and these rings can serve as a reminder to you :)
Through this 4+ year journey of recurrent loss / infertility, I've realized and learned a lot about myself (if this is new to ya, you can read this letter where I share more).
One of the many things that's become so clear is that I spend a lottttt of time in front of a computer.
To help with that, my husband, Brian, and I started working in the shop together...
And while he's making super fun woodcarvings, I've been doing a little crafting too... as you can see here :)
I've been learning to silversmith - the art of making jewelry fully by hand from raw silver materials + raw stones.
While I'm super far from a 'fine-jeweler', the peace of heading out to the shop, cranking some worship music, and slowly crafting these pieces has been one (of many) saving graces during this battle.
As we move into starting the IVF process in January, I will no longer metalsmith to make sure I'm protecting myself / my body fully. That being said, I don't want to say this is a one-and-done kinda thing, but I don't know when I'll sell more jewelry. My best guess is that it will hopefully be once we have an earth-side babe which could be well over a year from now :)
Thank you so much for your love and support. It really means SO much!