All Shall Be Well Spinning Ring

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Cynthia Gale

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created by

Cynthia Gale

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Take Prayer For A Spin

Don't just say a mantra, live it through soothing meditative turns. The mystical adage "And all shall be well," spins round within this silver setting and throws back to the 11th century prayer by Julien of Norwich, "All shall be well, and all shall be well, and all manner of things shall be well." Handmade of Sterling Silver by artist Cynthia Gale in New York.

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For Cynthia Gale, jewelry is art. Every piece in each of her collection is created to convey to the wearer a sense of the cultural, historical or spiritual inspiration that went into creating it. Inspired by the architectural splendor of New York, Cynthia Gale created a niche for herself in the art world as a museum piece jewelry designer in the mid '90s.

Many of her collection concepts have shaped themselves through visits to Soho and Chelsea galleries, museums and the theatre. Cynthia's urban existence coupled with her exploration of a simpler lifestyle through her frequent production trips to Indonesia. In 1999, Cynthia and Glenn opened their midtown showroom to house the GeoArt collection. In 2002, the company launched its Cynthia Gale Signature Collection utilizing the fine art of repousse. Cynthia discovered a unique repousse workshop in Central Java and fell in love with the exquisite beauty of this time honored metalwork technique.

Through her signature collection, Cynthia currently holds licensing partnerships with over fifteen of our nation's leading museums and cultural institutions including: J. Paul Getty Villa, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and The Jewish Museum. She also creates unique product for The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Smithsonian utilizing this distinctive technique. Working with permanent collection pieces, incoming art exhibits and museum architecture, Cynthia creates contemporary collections of modern elegance.

Handmade Made in the USA
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sterling silver
Size 6, 7, 8
Polish occasionally with a silver polishing cloth. Keep away from chemicals.
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within 8 days, arriving no later than the 9th business day after the order was placed.
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within 4 days, arriving 5 business days after the order was placed.
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within 2 days, arriving 3 business days after the order was placed.
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within 1 day, arriving 2 business days after the order was placed.
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will ship the same day and arrive 1 business day later.

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A nice ring, need long fingers


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  • Good Quality
  • Polished
  • Unique


  • Made for long thin finger

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    Comments about All Shall Be Well Spinning Ring:

    This is a lovely ring. The "spinner" is flush with the setting, making a seamless and very neat ring. Well crafted, and interesting with a great message. The problem is with the wearability. Unless you have long thin fingers, this makes your hand/finger look rather chunky.

    I also thought it was a little expensive for a silver ring, but considered it an artisan piece.

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