22ct Gold, vitreous enamel, fine Australian chrysoprase, white diamonds
The pattern for this exquisite ring is drawn from a 19th century wall hanging from Bukara, Uzbekistan. It is recreated in meenakari and white diamonds, which have been pavé set in an 18ct gold band, and then nestled in between layers of richly coloured 23.5ct gold and enamel to form the striking shape.
The ring was produced in an edition of 3 pieces. Editions 2 & 3 can be purchased directly from the designer, and come in a museum archive box with a signed and editioned guarantee.