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Art-chitecture

For some designers, the ring is a vehicle of their artistic expression. Bruno da Rocha, for example, creates oversized 3D rings profiling the facets of a stone with a silver or vermeil structure. Bruno is a creative talent and a big name all over the world, from New York to Paris, Helsinki and Milan. This artistic approach is shared by Dukley Jewelry, a Montenegro brand which commissioned Swedish designer Ekaterina Sisfontes and Russian scientist Alexander Guadelaitis to create its BlackMountain collection. Combining a time-honoured filigree technique with innovative design, the curved triangular ring draws its inspiration from nature and the soaring mountains of Montenegro. Polish designer Marcin Zaremski also loves understated shapes, as can be seen in his silver or vermeil rings which come in pairs. His preferred use of matt underlines the purity of the design. Portuguese designer Inês Telles, on the other hand, opted for a granulated effect for her Ilhas ring. The small granule fragments represent steep island cliffs, thereby giving the design a powerful edge.

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