I like Stuart Nye's work because which is all hand made and always taken from nature. Nye opened his company in 1933 and his first piece was a dogwood pin, the state flower of North Carolina, where his company was located. I have the dogwood bracelet, which has the flower elongated along the wrist, 2 1/2" by 1 1/2". The bracelet is 1 1/2" wide at the front. It will fit a 6 - 6 1/2" wrist now including the 1" gap, but could be made larger. The ring is 7/8" by 3/4" at the face. It is currently a size 6 but it is adjustable. Excellent vintage condition. Marked with a clover with a letter of his last name in each leaf (partially obliterated) and sterling. The ring is marked Handmade sterling. Shown in Rezazadeh, Silver Jewelry, 2001, page 55. I have just heard from a woman who is the granddaughter of the man who made the ring. His name is Harry Zeugner. I'm happy to acknowledge him.