I love Patrick Irla’s new silver stacking ring. It is very fairly priced based on the strength and durability of Patrick’s work. I had the double hydrangea ring which I wore for about a year with no issues of any kind, although originally I had worried about how delicate the petals looked. I also have the teeny hydrangea earrings that I wear on a daily basis and they are still as good as new. I would highly recommend any of Patrick’s pieces if you’re looking for unique, durable jewelry that you don’t have to fuss over.
I received these gorgeous Patrick Irla earrings in the mail yesterday. The ‘teeny tiny hydrangea flower earrings’ are even more perfect in person: sparkly, delicate and just the right size for everyday wear. This is my second piece of jewellery from Patrick Irla (I posted about the double hydrangea ring here) and he continues to exceed my expectations. Take a look at the rest of Patrick’s creations here.
My birthday present, the double hydrangea ring from Patrick Irla. I lusted after this ring for so long that I was wildly excited to receive it and find out that it exceeded every expectation. I was initially worried that it would be very fragile and might break easily, but it is stronger than it looks! It’s been three months—a short time, I know—and I’m never worried that I will damage it. That being said, I do remove it while washing dishes and showering. My sister received this version with the diamond for her birthday and loves it equally as much as I love mine. If you’re even considering buying a piece of Patrick Irla’s jewelry (for yourself or someone else), I say go for it. It is so well made and unique; I’ve received many compliments on it. Patrick also makes beautiful necklaces and earrings; take a look at his full selection here. Huge thanks to my partner in crime for giving me this beautiful gift!
My birthday present (Patrick Irla’s sterling silver and 18k gold double hydrangea ring) from the best boyfriend on the face of the Earth! More details to follow next week. Also, check out the awesome manicure I did on myself… I’m really trying to stop biting my nails.
On the first day I created ‘the daffodils bloom in spring”, I posted about Patrick Irla’s ring. I also posted about his custom engagement rings here, but had only fantasized about his jewellery until several weeks ago. The Hydrangea Blossom Diamond Stacking Ring was a birthday gift for my sister and it’s even more beautiful in person. This iphone picture doesn’t do it justice, but it’s so dainty and delicate with so much detail in the gold hydrangea petal. The diamond is teeny tiny, which fits nicely with the flower and the band is hammered silver. Now I can’t wait to order myself something! If you have any doubts, Patrick is a wonderful seller. International shipping was very cheap and he kept me updated on the shipping status of the ring. Go check out his shop here.
etsy find of the day: helloooooo future engagement ring (just kidding boyfriend. i promise i’m not trying to freak you out!) i wrote about patrick irla’s iconic hydrangea rings here, but just recently looked through some of his custom orders on etsy. well, look what i found. how beautiful is this combination of the tanzanite and both metals? such a unique and sweet alternative to a regular diamond. see more of patrick irla’s work on etsy here.
this gorgeous and delicate hydrangea-themed jewelry is crafted by Patrick Irla. he makes necklaces and earrings as well, all available on etsy. when i did some investigative snooping, i found out he actually customized a set of these rings into an engagement and wedding band for a woman—complete with a diamond. how unique.