Custom Beach Statement Ring

Select your favorite beach from the artist's Sand Bank, or send in sand from an unforgettable spot.

$98.00 - 108.00

Holly Daniels Christensen created by

Holly Daniels Christensen

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Best Coast

From sand in your toes to a statement piece on your finger, Holly Daniels Christensen's custom cocktail ring keeps you reminded of your happy place. A sterling silver bezel displays a pinch of granules gathered from your choice of thousands of beaches around the world. Select your favorite from the artist's Sand Bank, or send in sand you've collected from an unforgettable spot. Handmade in Massachusetts.

Click here to see a list of available beaches in Christensen's Sand Bank.

If you'd like to use your own sand, we'll send you a convenient mailer with instructions.

We visited Holly in her Boston area studio and boy, did we admire her signature sands! Take a peek for yourself on our blog.

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Made in Massachusetts

Holly Daniels Christensen

created by

Holly Daniels Christensen

location

Massachusetts

“Every victory, small or monumental, should be celebrated.”

Growing up on Cape Cod, and traveling to coasts across the country, Holly Daniels Christensen has become a beach connoisseur. Using the different textures and colors of the world's sands as her palette, she creates memorable jewelry that lets beach-goers prolong their vacations indefinitely. Her exquisite accessories are keepsakes more than mere decorations, and unique souvenirs for beach lovers of all ages.

We visited Holly in her Boston area studio and boy, did we admire her signature sands! Take a peek for yourself on our blog.

Handmade Made in the USA
Made from
sterling silver, resin, sand
Measurements
Ring Sizes available: 5 - 10.5
Care
You can polish your ring with a silver polishing cloth then use a soft cloth or brush with soap and warm water to remove the polishing residue. If the "sandy" part of your ring becomes scratched or cloudy, buff with car or boat wax.
Item ID
45878

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 1/3/2018.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.


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