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Introducing the Cactus Solitaire Ring, featuring an organic desert-inspired design with timeless elegance.

A single radiant gemstone sits atop an intricately curved band, representing the organic pattern of a prickly pear cactus skeleton. Expertly handcrafted, this botanical ring is the perfect blend of elegance and nature.

This organic and timeless design is perfect for engagements rings, anniversary gifts, or just because (this design is enduring and I wear mine every day!).

This solitaire cactus ring is inspired by the desert and cast from actual skeletons of Prickly Pear cacti (skeleton closeup shown). Using the lost wax casting process, each piece starts with a carefully selected section of Prickly Pear skeleton.

Available in London Blue Topaz, Rhodolite Garnet or Moissanite. If you'd prefer a different gemstone or metal, contact me for options.

  • The front of the ring is just over 1/4" wide (7mm), and the band in the back is 1/8" wide (3mm). Gemstone is 6mm. Whole and half sizes 4 - 10. Contact me for other size options.

  • Timing: Each ring is made to order. Ships in 5 - 7 business days, does not include transit time.
  • Lila Clare's cactus fiber jewelry is handmade in Tucson, Arizona.

made from the desert

Each cactus piece is handmade using a lost wax casting process. First, I carefully select a section of prickly pear cactus skeleton. That skeleton is molded, then silver or gold is poured into the mold. The result is a solid metal replica of the cactus skeleton, which is then made into a piece of desert-inspired jewelry. Each eco-friendly piece uses 100% recycled sterling silver and gold.

artisan made

Hi, I'm Clare, owner and maker of Lila Clare Jewelry. I make each piece of jewelry from the actual dried fibrous skeleton of the prickly pear cactus, resulting in artisan jewelry made in and from the southwestern desert. I have been making these unique jewelry pieces from the cactus skeleton since 2010.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Very nice ring

I love the ring. The stone is a little darker than I would like, but it was the only one available at the art festival

Thank you Ann! I'm glad you love it!