With This Ring...

An engagement/wedding ring should tell the world about the person who’s wearing it. We would be honored to assist you in picking out the perfect ring for yourself or your partner. Because our wedding bands and engagement rings are all custom made, they are not available for purchase online. The rings below are intended to help give you an overview of our wedding ring selection. Please contact us at brookline@fire-opal.com or 617-739-9066 to discuss ring style, sizing and price ranges.

Adel Chefridi 
We source gold from suppliers of recycled metals, or artisanal mines whenever possible
to reduce our fingerprints. It’s important however to know that we are functioning in
the middle of an industry that is just awakening to the importance of this issue, and it is
by no means anywhere close to where it should be. We work with natural stones to
the extent that is possible and encourage customers to use their own recycled diamonds.

Ananda Khalsa
Each luminous gemstone is handpicked for it's exceptional qualities, and recycled metals
are used to create the pieces. Ananda hand paints each of the tiny paintings, and pairs them
with the loveliest of gems.

Anne Sportun
Anne Sportun finds pure beauty in nature’s organic forms and balances the precise with
the irregular. Sparkling gems have an understated elegance that transforms them from
special-occasion dazzlers to wear-everyday pleasures.
Rings available in a variety of metals and stones.

Branch, also known as Michele Scholnick, which today includes both fine jewelry and bronze
decorative objects, is influenced by all things nature, from the pristine to the decayed, and is
characterized in some instances by a soft minimalism, and in others, the use of painstakingly
applied texture. Michele carves the pieces by hand, mostly in the middle of the night and
with lots of help from her two dogs.

Carla Caruso
Carla’s goal is simplicity: to distill an idea to its essence and create timeless jewelry
that wears beautifully. Her rings are available in a variety of metals.

Dahlia Kanner
Dahlia focuses much of her attention on the circle. Rings and round elements inspire her with
their continuity, simplicity and strength. Kanner has a special affinity for the tactile and makes
each of her jewelry pieces touchable as well as beautiful to view and wear.

She forms her rings from 18K gold, platinum, or sterling silver and a variety of stones.

Dawes Design
Jennifer Dawes Design’s culture is to always seek out cleaner and better ways to work.
We employ solar heating and water solutions, natural lighting, non-toxic chemicals
for cleaning, recycled paper products, zero-impact packaging, and soy-based printing.
We even use a green merchant account for credit card purchases. Every decision we make
is weighed with its environmental cost. We employ local artisans and buy our materials and
supplies from local and US-owned businesses.

EC Designs
Often described as subtle but edgy, EC Design jewelry is a playful mix of raw hammered
metal work, simple geometric shapes, and unexpected details. With its clean design and
mixed metal color palettes and gems, Emily’s work appeals to both first-time ring owners
and jewelry aficionados alike.

Jennifer Shigetomi, the creative force behind MATSU, blends clean lines, fluid shapes and
a satin finish to create a collection of cool elegance. The sculptural nature of her pieces have
a softness; an almost liquid quality that seems to contradict the inherent characteristics
of metal. Jennifer’s collection of hand wrought jewellery is crafted in sterling silver,
gold and platinum.

N+A New York
Their designs reflect the subtle beauty of the details of both city life and nature. Details that
often go unnoticed in the busy rush of ordinary life—the textures of rocks and leaves, details
of historic buildings in New York City, cracks in subway walls, the sparseness of branches in
winter, and the richness of blossoms and leaves in summer—
catch their eyes and inspire the motifs of beautiful jewelry pieces.

Rebecca Overmann
Influenced by natural forms and subtle movements, Rebecca Overmann creates jewelry that
expresses clarity, simplicity and elegance. Her work is characterized by a mix of metals -
yellow gold, oxidized sterling, accented with raw, rosecut and fancy diamonds. Each piece
is flawlessly crafted and guided by the mindset, "less is more."

Sarah Graham
Sarah Graham combines creative artistry with traditional old-world craftsmanship.
Her jewelry is subtly feminine yet substantial; unique yet universal in appeal.
Sarah’s metal range from gold and silver to a blackened steel.

Sarah McGuire
From her timber-loft studio, the designer and a small team craft each piece of jewelry
by hand. Sarah uses recycled metal – primarily high-karat gold and sterling – mixing it with
linen, leather, rough gemstones and diamonds that are conflict-free and responsibly sourced.

Sarah Swell
It is great design that makes jewelry irresistible, and the handcrafted aspect that breathes life
and character into a piece. These are all things that Sarah incorporates into her jewelry—
creating distinctive treasures that are both timeless and timely. Often taking cues from the
nature, her work has a raw, organic elegance that appeals to the jewelry lover in all of us.

Variance Objects
Nicole Rimedio, the designer behind Variance Objects, creates jewelry that highlights the
natural beauty of raw materials. Her jewelry shows the earth, fire, and hand that it came from.

Yasuko Azuma
These various collections reflect Yasuko’s feeling and impressions of nature that has
surrounded her throughout her life. She recalls “I remember the intensity of the cherry
blossoms in the Springs and the dramatic reds and yellows of the Fall leaves.
The winter time was even more magical, with the glow and sparkle of the sun on the fresh
fallen snow. I try to recreate these images in my work.”