I was looking for a sterling silver ring and found this one in a boutique near Austin. It's one of my favorite things to wear. Well made and comfortable and goes with any outfit. I like that you can wear it two ways, with the straight bars or the criss-cross ones. I've been wearing it regularly for 2 years and it still looks like new!
This is one of those rings that your hands feel naked if you forget to put it on. We have completely fallen in love with this rings' versatility and beautiful design! The sterling silver is soft enough that you can elongate the ring or squish the bands closer together. You can wear it with the crossing design in front, or turn it around for a stacking ring look --creating an entirely different feel.
This ring is named after Anita's mother, Esperanza, which means "hope" in Spanish. Esperanza is the matriarch of the family, and her positivity and kind leadership have rippled throughout the family.
Ring comes in sizes 6 through 10. Debating between two sizes? Get the larger one, as the ring can feel smaller if you elongate it!
This fair trade ring is completely handmade in Peru out of .925 recycled sterling silver.
Learn more about the women who make the jewelry in our Peru Collection.
I bought this off the website for a gift, and both I and my gf agree that it's beautiful. It looks exactly as pictured. It's also nice that it has a little flexibility--you can enlarge it a bit or shrink it a bit depending on how stretched out it is. Fits multiple fingers!
Found it in a cute store in Georgetown, TX and have hardly taken it off since! Very comfortable and makes a statement. :-)