Rings, in more then one way

are the most challenging type of jewellery to create. Rings has to be wearable, comfortable, durable
and beautiful, and still be special and one of a kind.
They are more 3 dimensional and has to look right from all directions.


A blue-Gray Ceylon

Star Sapphire and a pair of Diamonds in 20k yellow gold. Mid ‘1990s’.
*This early gold ring was after some years, stolen [in Goa].

Archive Reference: RS02

Quetzalcoatl Band

chased and engraved with the image of the mythical Mayan winged serpent on a 19k Rose gold band.

There are a few 1mm Yellow and Light-Pink Diamonds set into the Quetzalcoatl’s image.

from 2013

Archive Reference: RB02

Star-ruby and Sapphires

with my earliest touch of gold in this 970 silver 22k gold ring.
From 1995.
*Photos were taken after years of wear.

Archive Reference: RS01

Velvet Blue Ceylon Star Sapphire

with some 40 natural [untreated] Fancy-Colour and Colourless Diamonds.
First for incorporating the techniques of Micro-Chasing and Micro-Burnishing along with the usual use of Engraving work in rings .
from 2008
*The star is only visible in one photo [taken with a Flash] the rest of this presentation set, was shot in diffused light.

Archive Reference: RS08

Sapphire and little Diamonds

in a small 19k yellow gold ring. from 2007

Archive Reference: RC08

Tibetan Turquoise and Emeralds

with small diamonds, in 22k Rose gold.
Made in 2001.
*The ring has been lost to the Ocean somewhere on the Brazilian cost several years later.

Archive Reference: RC07

Ruby Cab

an early Studio-Cut ruby and small diamonds, in an 18k rose gold ring.  2000.

Archive Reference: RC06