Labradorite Slab Lattice Ring
Labradorite Slab Lattice Ring
Labradorite Slab Lattice Ring
Labradorite Slab Lattice Ring

Labradorite Slab Lattice Ring

Regular price $560.00

Silky labradorite flashes green gold in the light with twists of texture complimenting the lattice embellishments in the silver's surface. The tapered ring band is cast in sterling silver with the labradorite bezel setting fabricated in yellow gold. This ring has textile qualities that make it the perfect compliment for those with a strong sartorial inclination. 

Available now in ring size 7 with stone dimensions 17 mm long x 7 mm wide x  3 mm high. This ring cannot be resized.

Please inquire about having this style of ring made in your size. Variations in labradorite will occur as this is a natural material.

Specific Gravity offers unique items that are designed and fabricated by artists working in the studios of Brooklyn Metal Works or are part of our larger community, meeting our criteria of originality and quality of craft. Please keep in mind that each piece is individually made in a studio setting and features subtle variations in detail and finish from items photographed on our website.


Specific Gravity has resumed production on serial items and can process orders for most pieces as well as those that are currently in stock.  There is still some delay due to COVID-19 restrictions. Your purchases will ship as soon as possible and orders will receive a confirmation email when shipped.

If you would like to place an order for custom work please contact us. Also note that we offer gift cards for future shopping and special occasions. 

Thank you for supporting independent artists!

Erin S. Daily

Erin S. Daily is a co-founder of Specific Gravity and Brooklyn Metal Works, a collaborative metalsmithing studio, exhibition space, and concept lab.

As an artist, Erin’s work is inspired by her curiosity about our material and cultural connections to the made world. At the center of this approach is her love of metal, her fascination with nature and geology, and a consuming interest in the human body and its varied relationships to objects. From the physical act of making, to the physical act of wearing and interacting, she finds jewelry and metalsmithing an engaging art form. Erin’s artistic investigations fuel her intense desire to know and understand the world through objects.