Back in October 2018 we hosted our friends Good Art HLYWD at our Portland shop for a trunk show. Music, Pat's tri-tip, tasty drinks and a big ole cake for Rachel's birthday. A beautiful night which ended in a terrible incident involving a hatchet.
The idea for silver hatchets was born that next morning as we were all sitting around an ICU room... having missed our breakfast date. Four years on, we've decided to celebrate the good side of what could've been a lot worse.
This beautiful ring was a co-design between Mike Elias and Josh Warner. Mike carved a skull into a hatchet handle and sent it on down to the foundry. From there, Josh and the Good Art crew worked their magic and styled one of the most badass rings there ever was after the hatchet.
These will be sold for a very limited time in conjunction with a release party at the Good Art Family Room. 5-10pm PDT on October 7th
• Made by Good Art HLYWD in Los Angeles, California USA
• Solid .925 sterling silver
• Limited ordering timeframe
• Each ring stamped with the date produced
• Allow four weeks for production of your ring.
From Good Art: 'Ring sizing is easy, especially if you go to a pro. If you can’t come see us in person, use the True Size chart below or go to your local jewelry store and tell them your friend in Los Angeles is making you a ring and needs to know your size. Most jewelers are more than happy to oblige. We’re happy to make 1/4 sizes if you need. A good rule of thumb is to measure your finger AND your knuckle to make sure you can slide your ring on & off easily.'
You can print out a ring sizing guide here, created by Good Art.