CURL

CURL

Oct
23

Ute Decker Curl, 2015 Recycled silver ring Unique within series Signed

Physichromie Ring C

Jun
08

Carlos Cruz-Diez Physichromie Ring C, 2014 18kt yellow gold, sterling silver 925 ceramic electroplated ring 2.7 x 2.7 cm Edition of 10 Signed and numbered

Induction Chromatique A

Jun
08

Carlos Cruz-Diez Induction Chromatique A, 2014 18kt yellow gold, sterling silver 925 ceramic electroplated ring 2.7 x 2.7 cm edition of 10 signed and numbered

Gabbia a Segmenti

Jun
05

Giorgio Vigna Gabbia a Segmenti, 2015 Oxidised silver and 18kt yellow gold ring with diamonds and a rock crystal or South sea pearl Unique Giorgio Vigna’s artistic pathway is a journey out of the ordinary expressed by the strong link between his broad artistic research and nature, and the relationship that connects form and matter. In the jewellery, as much as in his artistic production, Vigna shows his versatility. The artist creates unique pieces expressing the diverse disciplines he works with: the virtues of glass, the jewellery as sculpture, and the soul of the precious.

Gabbia a Segmenti

Jun
05

Giorgio Vigna Gabbia a Segmenti, 2016 18kt yellow gold, diamonds, rock crystal or South sea pearl ring Unique Giorgio Vigna’s artistic pathway is a journey out of the ordinary expressed by the strong link between his broad artistic research and nature, and the relationship that connects form and matter. In the jewellery, as much as in his artistic production, Vigna shows his versatility. The artist creates unique pieces expressing the diverse disciplines he works with: the virtues of glass, the jewellery as sculpture, and the soul of the precious.

Selce nera

Jun
05

Giorgio Vigna Selce nera, 2015 Oxidised silver ring 3.5 x 3 cm Edition of 25 Signed

Selce lucida

Jun
05

Giorgio Vigna Selce lucida, 2015 Polished silver ring 3.5 x 3 cm Edition of 25

Time ring

Jun
05

Tatsuo Miyajima Time Ring, 2009 18kt red gold with green L.E.D., includes two batteries 4.3 x 3.9 x 3.9 cm Edition of 10 Signed and numbered Tatsuo Miyajima is one of Japan’s foremost sculptors and installation artists. His work has origins in the philosophy of Buddhism that conceives everything to be in continuous change, connected and lasting forever. The three leitmotivs are effectively expressed in his art through the recurrent reference to time in its perpetual flow. ‘My art relates to time and history, life and death, mind and soul and in particular to human existence. All good arts relate to thoughts about human existence.’ Tatsuo Miyajima Miyajima’s art is characterized by the combination of ever-changing numbers and digital light-emitting diodes (LED). Time Ring, the project in collaboration with Elisabetta Cipriani, perfectly encapsulates this binomial as well as the philosophy of his art. The rings, made in yellow, white or rose gold, present a LED digit display that works as a counter. Numbers are constantly flowing from 1 to 9 or vice versa representing the endless cycle of life. The zero is identified as the symbol of nothing and stillness and, therefore, it remains omitted on purpose. The counting speed ranges from […]

Time ring

Jun
05

Tatsuo Miyajima Time Ring, 2009 18kt white gold with white L.E.D., includes two batteries 4.3 x 3.9 x 3.9 cm Edition of 10 Signed and numbered Tatsuo Miyajima is one of Japan’s foremost sculptors and installation artists. His work has origins in the philosophy of Buddhism that conceives everything to be in continuous change, connected and lasting forever. The three leitmotivs are effectively expressed in his art through the recurrent reference to time in its perpetual flow. ‘My art relates to time and history, life and death, mind and soul and in particular to human existence. All good arts relate to thoughts about human existence.’ Tatsuo Miyajima Miyajima’s art is characterized by the combination of ever-changing numbers and digital light-emitting diodes (LED). Time Ring, the project in collaboration with Elisabetta Cipriani, perfectly encapsulates this binomial as well as the philosophy of his art. The rings, made in yellow, white or rose gold, present a LED digit display that works as a counter. Numbers are constantly flowing from 1 to 9 or vice versa representing the endless cycle of life. The zero is identified as the symbol of nothing and stillness and, therefore, it remains omitted on purpose. The counting speed ranges from […]

Time ring

Jun
05

Tatsuo Miyajima Time Ring, 2009 18kt yellow gold with blue L.E.D., includes two batteries 4.3 x 3.9 x 3.9 cm Edition of 10 Signed and numbered Tatsuo Miyajima is one of Japan’s foremost sculptors and installation artists. His work has origins in the philosophy of Buddhism that conceives everything to be in continuous change, connected and lasting forever. The three leitmotivs are effectively expressed in his art through the recurrent reference to time in its perpetual flow. ‘My art relates to time and history, life and death, mind and soul and in particular to human existence. All good arts relate to thoughts about human existence.’ Tatsuo Miyajima Miyajima’s art is characterized by the combination of ever-changing numbers and digital light-emitting diodes (LED). Time Ring, the project in collaboration with Elisabetta Cipriani, perfectly encapsulates this binomial as well as the philosophy of his art. The rings, made in yellow, white or rose gold, present a LED digit display that works as a counter. Numbers are constantly flowing from 1 to 9 or vice versa representing the endless cycle of life. The zero is identified as the symbol of nothing and stillness and, therefore, it remains omitted on purpose. The counting speed ranges from […]