These one of kind pieces of jewelry are designed and crafted by Steven Wendt in his workshop in Brooklyn, NY. Each item is handmade to order. All pieces are designed to be worn with comfort all the time. They can be worn in the shower, ocean, or pool and they will never snag on pockets and clothing. Any gold item is solid gold as described in either 10k,14k,18k,24k. 

Processing time is 1-7 Days. Some pieces may require less time than others.

Minor defects or “perfect imperfections” are a welcome part of the process making each piece unique in its own way. However, nothing will be shipped unless it meets Studio Wendt's highest standards.

Returns - Studio Wendt accepts returns for a full refund or exchange. Items must be shipped back and received before refund is made. Returns must be notified within 7 days after tracking states delivered. The customer is responsible for the return shipping. Be sure to include any original packaging and invoices/receipts so that we can process your return. Any custom orders are non-returnable unless otherwise arranged.

Ring Sizing - The best way to find your acurate size is to visit your local jeweler.

Studio Wendt also offers a ring sizer found in the link below. https://www.etsy.com/listing/973677890/ring-sizer-sheet-snap-out-ring-sizer?ref=shop_home_active_19&frs=1

Resizing -  In the event that you ordered an incorrect size, all non-custom Studio Wendt rings can be resized with two options:  Rings can be easilly resized by your local repair jeweler. This service is usually quite affordable and avoids the inconvenience of shipping the item, risking any mail related mishaps as well as wait time for the item to be returned. Your local repair jeweler will usually offer a same day service, so we advise all of our clients to seek out a local jeweler first. If you do not wish to go to a local jeweler Studio Wendt will happily size your ring for a $20 sizing fee.

 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly. Thank you!

Steven Wendt apprenticed for Master Goldsmith Humphrey Gilbert and has also received a BFA from California Institute of the Arts. 


Image below is of the antique centrifuge that casts the ring designs. It was originally built for dentists to cast gold crowns.