Rough or raw gemstones are not usually used in jewelry designs. However, in the hands of a handmade jewelry artisan like Kady Nossenko of eMerakiGalaxy, they become stunning creations. Her specialty are rings.

This Estonian designer's signature organic style also uses some rough faceted gemstones.  She offers a number of finishes. My favorites are her pure silver or sterling silver creations with fine silver electroform finishes.  She also offers oxidized, gold plated and rhodium plated finishes .

Kady has several ring styles including solitaire, stacking, shield and cluster rings as well as wedding ring sets. She makes awesome anniversary (eternity) ring bands!

She is a trained accountant and the mother of 2 boys. Kady explained how she got started : "I discovered handcrafting again (loved it my whole life) after my first baby boy and unconsciously started creating this as my job instead of accounting. It felt like I was alive like never before and it still feels like it every day. Every day I am grateful that I can do this as my everyday work and thankful to all of you who decide to support my business and through that, my growth."

tourmaline ring

raw ruby wedding ring set

Raw aquamarine and diamond ring

Raw Citrine Rings

Black Tourmaline Ring
Amethyst ring

Australian Opal ring

Tourmaline rings

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