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We will soon be taking a little break, from 23rd April to 8th May.

 

We promise to come back with lots of new ideas & full of inspiration, so we hope you don't mind too much.

 

Please note all order's placed will not be processed until we return on 8th May 2018.

 

Many Thanks Jayne & Ashley 

Handmade Sterling Silver Hypomobility EDS Ring

Posted by Jayne 22/06/2016 2 Comment(s) General,Bespoke,

This commission for a bespoke handmade Sterling Silver Ring Splint came from a customer who suffers from Hypomobility Syndrome, also known as EDS Hypomobility. Maria suffers from extreme hypomibility in both hands, which causes pain and joints to dislocate easily. With the aid of special ring splints Maria has more finger stability and alignment for better hand function, which reduces the swelling and pain this condition can cause. 

 

Unfortunately the majority of ring splints are produced from plastic or stainless steel. Maria wanted a design that was both functional, contemporary & beautiful, handmade in Sterling Silver to suit her style & personality. 

 

Handmade Sterling Silver hypo mobility EDS Ring Splint, handmade by Lulu & Charles Jewellery UK

 

This is the first handmade sterling silver ring splint we have made, once they are all complete we intend on making them more personal to suit Maria's taste, embellishing each ring with gemstones or dainty hand cut silver symbols, including moon's and stars. We aim to create handmade sterling silver splints that provide the support of a medical splint but are also beautiful pieces of jewellery in their own right.  Creating a personal design, which will help the wearer from being self conscious about the appearance of her hands.

 

Handmade Bespoke Handmade Sterling Silver Hypomobility rings, Bespoke Handmade Sterling Silver Eds Ring Splints Newcastle, County Durham, Northeast England, uk by Lulu & Charles Jewellery

2 Comment(s)

Niki wardle:
23/06/2016, 10:46:31 PM
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What a fantastic idea!

Jayne Turner:
14/07/2016, 05:36:57 PM

Thanks Niki, promise to add more photos as the idea develops! You can follow us on instagram or Facebook for updates. Jayne

Naomi:
14/03/2018, 02:49:12 PM
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Do you still make these kinds of rings? I've been looking at getting some made for myself.

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