The sixteen diamonds in this wedding band are arranged like stepping stones. Along with the physical, literal meaning of the phrase - a stone that can be used to cross something, like a creek or pond - 'stepping stones' can be metaphorical of the means by which progress is made. A stepping stone is indicative of a path, of progress, of destination. We each have our own path, with our own stepping stones. These diamonds, arranged in a circle, imply a more cyclical route. They remind us to put our minds not on our destination, but on the sweet and lovely path itself.
When Michele Scholnick was a kid, she may have dreamt of being a ballerina, but jewelry designer didn’t cross her mind ’til some years later. She had passed a major deadline in her political science grad program, and decided on a whim to take some art classes. She tried glassblowing, graphic design, and jewelry. Somehow, even though she didn’t wear much jewelry at the time, Michele got hooked in two weeks.
Michele designs and creates her fabulous pieces in her studio in Venice, California. Within a two-minute walk from her studio, she can find any three of her current favorite meals: sushi, Argentinian tapas, or freshly-made, cinnamon-sugar-dusted mini-donuts. In her spare time, Michele likes to dance salsa, read fiction, and walk her dog, June, on the beach.
- handmade with matte-finish 18k gold
- sixteen 1.5mm conflict-free diamonds, SI2 quality, GH color
- 2mm band
- TLC for your matte-finish gold and diamond jewelry