The beauty of jewelry making is that there are so many techniques that can be used to get to a finished product. For this one of a kind ring, the design was hand-carved out of wax and cast in sterling silver using the lost-wax method. This technique uses a mold made from the wax model, which is then filled with molten metal, leaving a seamless finished design.
This unique ring has a combination of polished and rough surfaces. The angular shapes are reminiscent of architecture, and it can be moved around to highlight different aspects of the design. Depending on how you look at it, the ring can appear solid or you can get a peek through the window to the other side.
Sterling silver 1″ x .8″ by 5mm thick ring with hole in the top, hand carved and cast, size 8.5.