Dichroic glass has become a popular material for jewelry lately. It is dazzling, with a spectacular variety of saturated, brilliant colors.
Here, magenta, bright green, purple, pink, and gold are all present and vibrant.
And if you enjoy a wild array of colors, you’ll love to wear this madly colorful ring by Steve Yellowhorse.
It is an uncommon, uncommonly beautiful, ring. The silver work that surrounds it is also unusual, and excellently made, as well.
This unassuming, marvelously creative and expert jeweler prefers to keep a low profile, but his work speaks loudly of his abilities.
The artist wisely decided the material needed no fancy silver work, so enclosed it in a perfectly discreet wrap of plain sterling, and confined his creativity to the shank.
The narrow shank is doubled, on either side of the center, then becomes a single band of heavily and precisely stamped silver.
A welcome feature is that the ring is adjustable! If your finger swells from the heat, you may want to wear this on another, smaller finger, or it can be sized up or down, a bit.
Go futuristic, with a neon-bright, space-age material; keep one finger in tradition, with the hand-stamped silver shank.
Be ready to explain what that scintillating material is – everyone will want to know.