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Damascus steel is not a pure metal. It is a variety of impurities and an embodiment of high carbon percentages to provide the beauty, strength and durability..
Combined this metal with gold, silver and hippo ivory to make it one of a kind ring.
Blue Tiger Eye is a naturally occurring dark stone with chatoyant layers that create a flash which seems to emanate from within the stone as they catch the light. A simple silver frame around this unusual cut stone is all it needed to bring out the lustre. Beautiful cufflinks from nature.
Rustic gents ring in silver and 18kt gold splashes. This design and the fact that it’s made from sterling silver means that it grows with you. Changing and wearing to become part of you.
Meteorite is an iron based material-space debris. What makes meteorite rings so special is their natural patterns, which are the result of nickel-iron crystals growing as the heated meteorite very slowly cools over millions of years.
This ring has three different colours from three different metals and three different widths of metal. The titanium sleeve and two titanium bands on either side hold the gold and silver bands in place to create a pleasing shape.
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Inspiration behind Timeless Pieces
With this ring, I remember you, my dear mother.
It is always sad when someone loses a sentimental jewellery piece or when it gets stolen. My client had a ring with stones that came from his mother’s most favourite brooch. He only had a photo to remind him of the piece he had specially made and asked me to remake the ring. The ring had to have the same colour of stones and set in the same style to retain his sentiment. I designed the ring to have solid lines and levels to complement the age-old “box ring” shape.
Being so inspired by a randomly formed piece of metal, it had to become a jewellery piece. Gents ring was the start. Adding a silver sleeve made it practical because steel rusts. Damascus steel is used for making chef’s knives or collector’s item. Now gents jewellery are made on order to fit even the connoisseur knife collector.