Montana Mountain Belt Buckles
These belt buckles were made for the couple who commissioned the Montana wedding rings. The copper overlay represents another mountain range in Montana. This pair were gifts for the groomsmen.
Hand-crafted hammered brushed copper, brushed silver, and turquoise. One-of-a-kind. Approximately three inches wide by two inches high. Signed on the back.
Matagi Sorensen is a metalsmith, jewelry designer, and fine artist from the Yavapai-Apache Nation of Northern Arizona.
Mountain Amore and The Big Sky ~ Wedding Rings
These unique wedding rings are made of silver and hand-rolled mokume-gane (silver, copper, and brass) overlay.
The mokume-gane overlay on the groom’s ring is a replica of a mountain range in Montana that is special to the couple. The sapphire in the bride’s ring is from Montana. Guess where the couple is getting married? You guessed it—Big Sky Country—Montana!
The rings are entirely hand-crafted and one-of-a-kind.
Rings made by Matagi Sorensen, Yavapai-Apache artist.
I had fun making these rings! They are entirely hand-fabricated of brushed fine silver using an overlay technique.
The symbols were given to me by the couple who commissioned the rings.
Turquoise and silver create a combination that is a southwestern classic and a favorite worldwide. It looks great with everything – from the most delicate silks to denim and leather. No matter how you wear it, you can’t go wrong.
The natural beauty and versatility of turquoise are reasons for its timeless popularity. I can see this pendant being worn with a pale breezy sundress, a black turtleneck sweater, or a v-neck blouse. So many choices!