compass ring

by LeeAnn Herreid $130.00 SALE - $39.99
Handmade



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Ring to the Rescue

Wrap yourself in this fabulous ring and follow your fingers. Artist LeeAnn Herreid's whimsical ring features a sterling silver band holding a decorative compass. A wonderful accent that symbolizes adventure, exploration and direction. Ring available in sizes 6, 7 and 8. Handmade in Rhode Island. For more of LeeAnn Herreid's compass jewelry, see her compass necklace and compass cufflinks.

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Artist card included.

Please note that although these are functioning compasses, they may not be accurate.

  • details
Handmade
Item ID
12748
Made from
silver
Measurements
available in sizes 6, 7 and 8
Notes
While the compass itself and the ring are waterproof, the adhesive to keep the compass in place is not. It is suggested the ring be removed before doing any wet activities such as dishes, showers and swimming. sterling silver weight:0.32 oz
  • the maker

LeeAnn Herreid

During high school in Concord, Massachusetts, LeeAnn Herreid's art teacher recognized her talent and fascination with metalwork and volunteered her time and torch to teach LeeAnn how to solder metal. As she progressed through high school, LeeAnn worked as a goldsmith in an antique repair and restoration shop.

After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, LeeAnn moved to Maine for a few years and gained experience working with 18-carat gold, platinum and diamonds. She moved back to Rhode Island and began working in Newport, where her business flourished. She chose the name Individual Icons to embody the notion that the wearer should find personal expression and functionality in her pieces. Her compass jewelry, for example, is more than just decorative; it helps people find their way.

Four years later, LeeAnn relocated her business to Santa Fe, New Mexico and absorbed inspiration from the different culture, topography and climate. Yet in another four years, she decided to return to New England, and settled in a seaside town in Rhode Island. collection

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