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 wedding ring

in 18k gold.


* unfortunately the only images i have of this ring are  blured and grainy .


Archive Reference: RB01

Mexican Fire-Agat

and two pink sapphires
with a few little Diamonds.
22k rose gold, From 2000.

Archive Reference: RC05


in silver and gold ring.
late 1990’s

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Red Coral

in 20 and 22k rose gold. with little
Diamonds and Rubies.
From 1997.

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A Little Dragon

encircles the band of the ring. Through the gates beneth the diamond, She nearly reaches her tail, but for a lotus flower.
0.5c fine colourless diamond in 19k yellow gold ring. With 15 small diamonds. 2005

Archive Reference: RD06

 Light yellow Emerald-cut

Diamond. Set in deep Rose 18k gold, with 10 small vivid yellow and colorless diamonds. From 2004.
*sold in the US to an unknown buyer.

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Princess Cut

0.5c diamond
in 18k yellow gold,with 9 or 10 smaller diamonds. engraved and millgrained. From 2003.

*photographed without a Macro lens, hence the grainy details visible in the Flash gallery.
Working with a rectangular stone was rare in this work,and calls for symmetry and strait lines.

Archive Reference: RD04