This was a great commission, my client was camel trekking over the sahara desert and took a sample of sand.she asked me to somehow make a ring with it...who thinks of this kind of thing??? I used an existing signature ring design as my starting point and inlayed using a resin/sand mixture. The resin polished up beautifully creating a deep red terrazzo finish.
Black spinel, silver.this ring crosses over three fingers!
Silver, bi-coloured smokey quartz.
Silver, black diamonds.oh the love of couples with matching initials...actually all initials look great, you can add an ampersand if you like (&).
The mother of all my rings this year...and my favourite.featuring a zillion carats of antique diamonds, taken from an old deco brooch. 18ct yellow gold. inspired by 1960's dress jewellery, the moonraker conjers the voice of shirley bassie!
1ct round brilliant diamond, platinum.
50pt center diamond, 2x30pt out side diamonds in 18ct white gold.
Narrow wedding band with random stamped wedding date in 18ct white gold.
Initialed wedding bands. inside sleeve of silver outside sleeve of 9ct white gold.
This is a variation of the latitude and longitude ring.the ring features a 10mm round white broome pearl.the latitude and longitude stamped around the ring corresponds to where the pearl was farmed.i would like to continue this theme making rings with stones featuring the latitude and longitude of the mines from where they originated. i have in stock turquiose from the famous 'sleeping beauty' mine in new mexico. any takers?
The stepped ring design. it looks large from the top of the finger but steps down under the finger and is incredibly comfortable.the rings in this pic are in silver with tourmalines.