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All Jewelry Handcrafted with Pride in the U.S.A., by Beth King

 

New supplies are arrived, and I'm taking 2016 holiday gift orders now! 

MY RINGS IN THE NEW YORK DAILY NEWS:
Eight Cool Subway-Themed Souvenirs for Anyone Who Just Can't Get Enough of NYC Public Transit: (click photo below to visit, or scroll down to the bottom of this page for a screen shot of the article).


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Customer Reviews:

  • "I love unusual things. I'm not a wearer of jewelry, but a ring made from an old New York City subway token piqued my interest. I ordered it: the price was right, I love anything New York, and it was unusual. It didn't take long and I love it. Everything about the product and seller was over the top! Thank you so much!" - David Y.
  • "I just received my patina token ring size 11. It's just perfect and exactly what I was looking for as a  reminder of my hometown. I was happily surprised to find the ring came with a description and history of NYC token. What a great way to recycle those tokens and have a wonderful moment." - Jackson Z.
  • "This is my second purchase and I love it. Show it to all my friends and family. Thank you for your great work and speedy delivery. Love the new silver rings. They look amazing." - Deb H.

"I love to create.  All my life I've been drawn to the unique and beautiful and find inspiration just about everywhere.  A bit of a perfectionist, I prefer to use the best quality materials in everything I create, whether it's coin rings, beads, clay, paint, resin or other medium, and when trying a new technique or medium I will practice over and over until I am satisfied that it's the best it can be before putting it up for sale or giving as a gift ." -- Beth

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How to easily find your ring size:


1) Take a piece of string or a thin strip of paper and wrap it snugly (snug, but not tight) around your finger, behind the knuckle joint where you intend to wear your ring.2) Take a pen and mark the string, paper, etc., where it overlaps to form a circle. Unwind it and lay it against a ruler or measuring tape.3) Find your ring size on the chart. Always go up to the larger size if your size is in-between.

Last Updated: 10/09/2016

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As seen in the New York Daily News, June 1, 2016, writer Keri Blakinger

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