His parents, Ben and Felicita Eustace made their mark in the 1960’s and ’70’s, with carved leaves of turquoise and coral, set into silver jewelry.
Most of Lambert’s siblings are also jewelers, as he is, but each has honed his/her own style.
This intriguing ring features natural red coral, and sterling silver, instead of turquoise.
The spiral of water, denoting the river or path of life, is featured in the silver. This is a good luck sign.
Red coral represents the earth and the sun; the water spiral completes the balance of nature.
The hand cut coral and the gleaming silver also complement each other, visually.
The rounded shank is adjustable – a wonderfully practical feature.
As it is now, the ring is about a size 6 1/2 or 7; it can be moved to fit a larger or smaller size, but should not be manipulated too often.
Beautifully fabricated by hand, this is an original and fascinating design with an age-old message.
Rich in beauty and materials; not in price.