Bodies in motion deserve rings in motion: this unusual hand-fabricated ring has separate orbiting pieces that pivot and move as you do. The gems are rare finds that make this a truly unique creation. The one-of-a-kind bicolor Oregon Sunstone is cut in a marquise shape to display its stunning combination of rose, champagne and green. The colors are perfectly paired with a lustrous natural pistachio color Tahitian pearl.
I created alloys of green 18k gold and 14k rose gold to perfectly accent the colors of the gems. This ring was featured in the “Out of this World” exhibit at Forbes Galleries.
Materials: 18k gold,14k gold, sterling silver, Oregon Sunstone, Pistachio Tahitian Pearl 9mm
Dimensions: ring size 6, may be adjusted
Created and produced in Seattle, USA
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