This third-generation Eustace jewelry artist, son of Jolene Eustace, has followed in his illustrious mother’s footsteps, with his own take on the family-style.
First known to us as a four-year-old in cowboy boots, he has matured into a fine silversmith, as seen in this scrupulously fabricated ring.
With panache and flair, as well as solid technique, he created a statement ring that resembles a 21st-century satellite dish – owned by royalty, perhaps.
The nicely proportioned half-disk is elegantly concave and textured in a subtle sunburst pattern, with polished edges.
Three little domes of solid 18-karat gold nestle at the center edge of the hemisphere, adding a golden punch to the antiqued silver.
The shank is hand-hammered, and just the right width to keep the ring steady on your finger.
Dramatically assertive, but refined and elegant, this ring is a marvelous introduction to this young artist.
The Eustace legacy is in yet another pair of gifted hands. Lucky us!