Sea Urchin Crown Ring, cast in solid sterling silver and set with diamonds and rubies.
We’ve blended completely natural texture and gleaming stones to create this crisply detailed ring, which would make a beautiful wedding band or stunning addition to a personal fine jewelry collection.
The peaks of natural texture, cast from a purple sea urchin, make the ring appear crown-like, with a balanced row of peaks which seem to have been created to be settings for precious stones.
This Burmese Ruby Tidal Ring is an example of some of our older work with casting Sterling Silver in cuttlefish bone. This ring has a deep, glowing Burmese Ruby in a fine gold setting. Two small white diamonds accent either side of the ruby at the base of the setting. This was a one of a kind piece, though we do take custom orders and are able to create something very similar to this model.
Our Tree Line Wedding Bands carry the intricate surface patterns of tree bark, cast in 925 sterling silver from natural material. All of the texture is entirely natural and has been very crisply captured through our casting process.
We found the bark while searching for culinary mushrooms in a forest outside of Berlin. It sounds romantic but we only found faded magazine pages and some people swimming in a pond. Though we did sit down on what turned out to be a cool, disintegrating log; so we clawed some pieces off and took them back to the workshop. Tah-dah.
We are able to create this in gold alloys as well and are able to set small stones in the ring. Little diamonds looks especially nice, as they glint from the tree line detail.