About Us

Frank & Angie reside in the scenic Hood Canal region of Puget Sound, WA. They love to fish and are both past National Field Archery Champions.

ESTABLISHED IN 1981...

About Us

Master goldsmith Frank McCubbins began his career as a goldsmith in 1974 working as a wax carver and mold maker for a large jewelry manufacturer in Southern California. He then moved to Oregon and worked with several different designer goldsmiths. The poor anatomy he saw in wildlife jewelry prompted him to produce a collection of rings and pendants featuring more authentic sculpted animals. After 46 years, he continues to develop and improve his intricately detailed collection of wildlife sculptures in gold.

Since Frank does not wholesale his designs, you can contact his wife Angie to place your order, or you can come see them at the two Sportsmen’s Shows they attend each year. All of the details about these shows can be found below at the bottom of this page. Today, working from his home studio in Washington state, Frank still hand carves every piece himself, making each sculpture unique.

Master goldsmith Frank McCubbins began his career as a goldsmith in 1974 working as a wax carver and mold maker for a large jewelry manufacturer in Southern California. He then moved to Oregon and worked with several different designer goldsmiths. The poor anatomy he saw in wildlife jewelry prompted him to produce a collection of rings and pendants featuring more authentic sculpted animals. After 46 years, he continues to develop and improve his intricately detailed collection of wildlife sculptures in gold.

Since Frank does not wholesale his designs, you can contact his wife Angie to place your order, or you can come see them at the two Sportsmen’s Shows they attend each year. All of the details about these shows can be found below at the bottom of this page. Today, working from his home studio in Washington state, Frank still hand carves every piece himself, making each sculpture unique.

TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR CUSTOMERS:

We have new & commissioned
designs as well

Check Them Out in Our Gallery!

DESIGN FEATURES
AND
CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Powder Coating

Powder coatings are based on polymer resin systems, combined with curatives, pigments, leveling agents, flow modifiers, and other additives. These ingredients are melt mixed, cooled, and ground into a uniform powder similar to baking flour. After application of the powder coating, the parts enter a curing oven where, with the addition of heat, the coating chemically reacts to produce long molecular chains, resulting in high cross-link density. These molecular chains are very resistant to breakdown. Powder coating protects the roughest, toughest machinery as well as the household items you depend on daily. It provides a more durable finish than liquid paints can offer, while still providing an attractive finish. Powder coated products are more resistant to extreme weather conditions. It’s tough. It looks great. And it lasts a long, long time.

Continuum® Sterling Silver

We are very impressed with this new, high end, palladium sterling silver that has the look of platinum and the strength of gold. It is tarnish resistant and has a 95% precious metal content.

Our Design Details

Spectacular Creations That
Give You A Distinct Look

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Ring Care Instructions

  • To clean, dip a soft toothbrush in a solution of dish soap and warm water, lightly brush the scene clean, rinse and pat dry.
  • Remove any foreign matter (such as soap) from the scene as soon as possible
  • Never soak your ring in jewelry cleaners.
  • Avoid contact with solvents (gasoline, paint thinner, etc.), hand sanitizer and chlorine bleach

Ivory Ring Care Instructions

  • If you want to preserve your ivory color, we recommend wearing your new ivory ring only for special occasions.
  • Extended exposure to light will fade the color of the ivory.
  • Avoid prolonged contact with water as this can cause the ivory to become saturated and separate from the setting.
  • Never soak your ivory ring in jewelry cleaners.
  • Avoid contact with solvents (gasoline, paint thinner, etc.), hand sanitizer and chlorine bleach

Silver Ring Care Instructions

  • To clean, dip a soft toothbrush in a solution of dish soap and warm water, lightly brush the scene clean, rinse and pat dry.
  • Remove any foreign matter (such as soap) from the scene as soon as possible.
  • Never soak your silver ring in jewelry cleaners.
  • Avoid contact with solvents (gasoline, paint thinner, etc.), hand sanitizer and especially chlorine bleach
  • If your ring tarnishes, apply Tarn-x or other tarnish remover
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We are really looking forward to seeing you next year!

please note the new dates for both shows!

THE WASHINGTON
SPORTSMEN'S SHOW

Washington State Fair Events Center in Puyallup, WA
february 2nd - 6th, 2022
Booth # 561

THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST SPORTSMEN'S SHOW

Portland Expo Center in
Portland, OR
february 16th - 20th, 2022
booth # 1119

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