This one of a kind ring is created using a process called lost wax process, or cire-perdue in French. More than a ring, you're wearing a sculpture because that is what a wax cast mold creates.
This unique sterling silver ring resembling sponge coral combines a timeless combination: oxidized center with a highly polished back.
Superb skill and artistry translate to pure comfort. Wax casting is not for everyone, only those with the skill and patience to make an individual mold for each individual ring. A wax mold is hand-made, then the hot, liquid sterling silver is poured into it. This process then melts away the mold, destroying it. What is left is a sterling silver sculpture of the mold. A new mold is then made to make another ring, and so on.
Common on every continent except Australia, the lost-wax method dates from the 3rd millennium BC and has sustained few changes since then.
All our jewelry is artisan crafted to last a lifetime,
ships worldwide free of charge,
arrives beautifully packaged and includes a free polishing cloth.