The idea originated from my love of stacked rings, but the intent was to create something different.
In fact, they are all different and the first reason is because the gems I use all have different cuts and colours.
It is precisely from this that I start by building the first ring, around which two others, usually in silver, will embrace it.
I try to follow their morphology, playing with finishes, materials and details.
The technique used is that of lost wax, because it gives me the opportunity to create more plastic and sculptural shapes; it allows me to make the right joints between the rings.
Since they are unique pieces, they can also be made on the person.
What are the steps?
1) First of all, know your size, click here for the guide
2) Second, choose the Mother Gem from which to start
3) Set a style or element of inspiration: soft or more geometric lines, water or flowers for example.
4) Materials: such as yellow bronze and silver, but also gold
5) Decorations and details for the other two rings (glitter or CD ROM)
6) Finishes: polished, sandblasted, satin, diamond or burnished.