Sasso

Sasso

May
06

Giorgio Vigna Sasso, 2017 Oxidised silver and 18 kt gold ring stone 3,6 x 3 x H 2,5 cm ca size 13,5 Unique and signed

Segmenti

May
06

Giorgio Vigna Segmenti, 2018 18 kt yellow gold, sapphires, golden South Sea pearl, ring 3,2 x 2,4 x 4H cm (from finger H 2 cm) size 13,5 Unique and signed

Anina

May
06

Giorgio Vigna Anima, 2019 18 kt gold, beryl, diamond ring ø 2,1 cm, 1 round beryl ø 12,20 mm ct.5,52, diamond 0,04 ct size 14/ 15.5 Unique and signed

Pebbles series

May
05

Gigi Mariani Pebbles series, 2021 Silver, 24kt yellow gold, niello, patina ring 3.9 x 3.8 x h2.9 cm unique and signed

Cracks in Gold

May
05

Gigi Mariani Cracks in gold, 2020 Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello ring 2,4 x 4,7 x 3,5 cm unique and signed

Yellow point

May
05

Gigi Mariani Yellow points, 2020 Silver, 18kt yellow gold, niello ring 6,2 x 2,6 x 3,3 cm unique and signed

Curling Crest of a Wave

May
05

Ute Decker Curling Crest of a Wave – 2020 Fairtrade Silver, sterling sculptural ring 2.5 x 3 x 3.9 cm – medium individually sculpted, unique within the series Initialled UD & hallmarked

Curling Crest of a Wave #5

May
05

Ute Decker Curling Crest of a Wave #5, 2021 18 kt Fairtrade gold sculptural ring Initialled UD  and hallmarked small – ring size, adjustable to finger size XS to L Showing small version of the ring worn as a pendant and larger version of this series worn as a ring

Vases (Vaso Vida) ring

Jan
25

Maria Nepomuceno Vases (Vaso Vida), 2021 18 kt yellow satin gold, 18 kt white gold, baroque pearl ring 3 x 3 cm (31 grams) Edition of 10 plus 2 AP Signed and numbered “My first (virtual) encounter with Elisabetta took place on February 2020, a few days before the Coronavirus pandemic begins. It was incredible to feel the world changing radically throughout the creation process. In my perspective, those little sculptures became to me a symbol of a time when people hugged each other, touched each other naturally, without fear. As a jewel touches the skin. In this project where I created those wearable sculptures, the human body is the support. I can experiment the perfect meaning of the work when it integrates with the body landscape.Those microcosms are atavistically connected to the work I’ve been developing in sculpture. Beads, pearls, vases…As babies the jewels evoke their origin at the large mothers’ installations that I produced. I named Vases these necklace and ring series of works, because it symbolizes the feminine power, fertility, vital energy. Vases contain the mystery where life happens”. Maria Nepomuceno  

Ring

Oct
01

Monica Bonvicini Ring, 2014 18kt rose gold with white diamonds, soft chain ring Edition of 50 Vieri edition Monica Bonvicini incorporates humour into each jewellery piece, working between power and gender, her personal take on how to interpret jewellery. The key inspiration for the collection is based on a rejection of classical styles for open and inventive women and men. Personalities who dare to see jewellery as being about personal expression rather than just status.