From the Himalayas to the Rockies and the Sierras to the Appalachians, I have replicated over 35 mountain ranges throughout my journey. I’ve created one-of-a-kind wedding rings in silver and gold, lightweight landscape necklaces, copper and silver adventure mountain rings, and custom chunky cuffs!
Each piece is completely customizable – meaning you choose the mountain range, the metal variations, the stone, and a short engraved message. Most designs are available on my Etsy Store – but for those of you who would like to see the full array of what I offer, see more pictures below!
REVIEW: I absolutely love it!! The craftsmanship is fantastic and the size is perfect. The stone is gorgeous and the mountain design is beautiful!!!
I have masculine and feminine style wedding rings.
- HER RING – features a brushed mountain range, a polished silver sky, with a stone of choice set in a 14K gold tube setting. You can choose to add a specific mountain range, or have a generic mountain range. To see my current inventory of stones (ranging from blue topaz, diamonds, tanzanite, moldavite, garnets, and more) simply send me a message.
- HIS RING features a brushed mountain range with a polished silver sky and a band of gold at the top (to match her gold bezel). The ring measures to be 8mm in width.
- CUSTOM: Remember that these are custom and we can be creative with the design. For example, you can add a gold band to her ring or a faceted stone to his ring. If you are interested in having a special ring made, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Copper & Silver Mountain Rings
These are wonderful everyday rings, perfect for going away gifts, graduation gifts, travel wedding rings and so much more. The mountains of your choice are carefully sawn out in copper then overlaid on sterling silver, to give the mountains a tasteful pop. To order your custom mountain ring, CLICK HERE.
REVIEW: If I could give this ring 6 stars I would. Turn around time was exceptional. I had a custom mountain range made and the wearer was brought to tears.
These one of a kind necklaces are wonderful gifts for an outdoor enthusiast or admirer of the mountains. The mountains of your choice are individually hand sawn and backed on sterling silver. A small stone of your choice or metal is positioned above your mountain scene. NOTE: You can mix and match the metals to your liking and add a hidden message to the backside of the necklace (FOR FREE). To order one of these necklaces, visit my Etsy Store.
Mountain Bracelets & Cufs
You can also order a statement cuff or a bracelet that is built sturdy enough to stay in your family for generations to come. You choose the range, the stone, and a message for the inside. I make it happen. Some example pieces are below.
LIST OF MOUNTAINS REPLICATED SO FAR:
- WASHINGTON: Mount Rainier, Mount Constance, Whitehorse Mountain, and Labyrinth Mountain
- CALIFORNIA: Cathedral Peak and Tuolumne Peak in Yosemite. The Sierras seen from Lake Tahoe. Mount Whitney – the largest mountain in the contiguous United States and the Sierra Nevadas.
- IDAHO: The Rakers, Warbonnet Peak in the Sawtooths Range, and Sleeping Giant Mountain
- MONTANA: Mount Doody in Glacier National Park and other perspectives of Glacier National Monument
- WYOMING: The Tetons
- OREGON: Mount Hood
- COLORADO – The Flatirons, Winter Park, Breckenridge, Mt. Sopris, Mt. Wilson in Telluride, Sangre de Cristos, The La Platas, Enginner Mountain, and the Needles in the San Juan Mountains
- UTAH – Valley of the Gods, Monument Valley, and Bridger Jacks in Indian Creek
- ARIZONA: Four Peaks outside of Phoenix
- NEW MEXICO: The Sandia Mountains
- The Blue Ridge Mountains
- Cadillac Mountain in Acadia National Park
- The Linville Gorge in North Carolina
- Seneca Rocks and Deep Creek Lake in Virginia
- Pocono Mountain in Pennsylvania
- Bear Mountain in New York
- White Mountains and Mount Stanton from New Hampshire
- Mount. St. Elias in Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
- Canmore in Alberta, Canada
- Yala Peak in Nepal
- Dents De Midi in Switzerland
- Innsbruck, Austria
- Aoraki/Mount Cook in New Zealand