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teardrop stacking rings

by Irene Cheung
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  • the story

Tears of Joy

Based in Queens, Irene Cheung strives to design jewelry pieces with clean, simple lines that make a statement. A stunning reuse of recycled sterling silver, her brushed, teardrop ring is made of an eye-catching circle of three nubby droplets and looks stunning alone or nestled together on your finger. Each generous drop gently tapers to connect with the next teardrop.The curves nestle into each other when stacked. The texturized matte finish of these solid rings provides a subtle sheen. Molds made by Irene C in Queens. Cast in recycled sterling silver in Queens, NY.

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recycled sterling silver
Sizes available - 5.5, 6.5, 7, 8
  • the maker

Irene Cheung

Based in New York City, Irene Cheung strives to design jewelry pieces with clean, simple lines that make a statement by using a "less is more" aesthetic. She earned a degree in Jewelry Design from the Fashion Institute of Technology, where she graduated Summa Cum Laude.

Her jewelry is modern looking, but she regularly draws from lovely, classic forms and lines. Each sterling silver piece is handworked by the designer who draws her inspiration from her travels. She's gathered ideas for her pieces from her experiences in cities and locations like Barcelona,, the Australian Outback, Cinque Terre, Santorini, and Iguazu Falls, as well as her native New York City. She proudly uses recycled materials in her pieces whenever possible.

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