Personalised Sand Cast
Shell Louvre Diamond Ring
Louvre Museum in Paris is so beautiful during the day and also at night, it's diamond structure is memorable. This ring will sparkle during the day and at night, creating conversations over a glass of wine, or perhaps two.
Materials: 18k Gold Plated, Shell
Shell Meaning: ♥ Femininity ♥ Rebirth ♥ Healing ♥ Self Cleansing ♥
Shells are usually perceived as feminine; a symbol of birth, good fortune, and resurrection.Seashells apparently obtain the natural ability to disperse negative energy due to the ocean’s concentration of sea salt. They can harness and enhance Reiki healing with their size, shape and structure. Seashells have gentle but thorough healing energy which works with the healer to cleanse, balance and harmonise chakras and the aura. With the aid of the shells and sea we can heal and regenerate ourselves.
Small - AU Size M (16.75mm Diameter)
Medium - AU Size O (17.5mm Diameter)
Large - AU Size Q (18.3mm Diameter)
XLarge - AU Size S (19mm Diameter)
What size should I get? A good size ring fits snugly and gives a little resistance when taken off. You don't want it too tight that you suddenly feel faint, and you start searching for a pair of pliers or dishwashing detergent to remove it. And, you certainly don't want it loose, that you find yourself at an event searching the bathroom floor for it, or better yet, the toilet bowl. Eek!
A little trick you can do at home is if you have a ring that you think is a great fit, measure the diameter (as shown in the image below) and that will be a good indicator on the size you require.
New Ireland Stud Earrings - The thing I love most of all are my earrings! They are not only classy and elegant but are very practical! You can wear them with formal wear or casual gear! I’m so impressed with the clasp it’s very user friendly and reliable! I have even worn them with confidence under a motorcycle helmet! They would make a wonderful gift for a special person but be AWARE when you see them you won’t want to part with them!
Thank you so much Shea! The ring has arrived and it’s devine :) I love it!!
The founder behind Ensel Road: Shea Oberleuter
The idea for Ensel Road began with a small but ever evolving concept. As a hobby I enjoyed a spot of beading at home, that turned into a showcase of a small, hand-made collection at the local markets. But, I wanted to do more. Over the years it has transformed into designing and crafting jewellery using different experimental techniques, such as sand casting, enamelling and sculpting with wax. Being born in Papua New Guinea and having a diverse heritage, I wanted to incorporate my culture, add my experiences from living abroad, and collect all the inspiration from my travels, to bring new and exciting designs to life.
The meaning behind the name: Ensel Road
Ensel means “angel” or “spirit” in Pisin English. The name felt like it fit for the journey travelled thus far – and the road that has yet to be travelled.
This creative project has taken years to become the fully realised business that it is today. Like many others who take the plunge and invest all they have into their passion, I experienced many personal obstacles that gave me uncounted setbacks and trepidation. However, the people around me believed in me and my vision, my families support and encouragement drove me to be where I am today. During the moments that I felt were the most difficult, I was reminded of that little spark that I kept inside.
That is the essence of what Ensel Road means. Born from a simple passion and desire to see it through to the end, I kept that little light burning bright inside, always looking ahead, no matter what challenges I faced. Even though it may not look like the road in front of you will be an easy path to walk, remember that tiny light inside, your spirit, that will forever fuel your endeavours.
The values of Ensel Road
We strive to continually practice honourable business values, by ethically sourcing stones, using recyclable metals, packaging and other materials. We want to do our share by not only creating beautiful art, but by protecting our beautiful planet.
We also believe in giving back where we can, by donating $5 from every sale to a good cause. The charity we are currently supporting is Haus Pikinini, Papua New Guinea that provides orphaned children, with a home, security, medical care, shelter and food. Children deserve to be nurtured and loved unconditionally no matter where they come from, or what circumstance they face. They are our future and we need to make sure they know they are deserving of a bright destiny.
After exploring what the jewellery market had to offer, we found that our pieces featured superior workmanship. We are able to deliver high quality jewellery that is made to last, all within an accessible range of costs. Investing in our jewellery means being able to wear that favourite ring, necklace, or bracelet over numerous occasions. We sit in a niche pocket that is uncompromising in quality, sensibly priced, and stylish.
Ensel Road specialises in Limited Edition, Statement jewellery that complements your personal tastes. Usually if the item is sold out, only new refreshing pieces will replace them to avoid mass reproduction, giving each piece the ability to stand out on their own. This sentiment reduces the need for multiple layers of rings and necklaces. By practicing mindful shopping habits, your simple assortment of accessories transforms into your very own hand-picked collection of little treasures.