Contemorary diamond jewellery with a glamorous, old world vibe.
My new ring is named for one of the most iconic cities of the Art Deco period, Manhattan.
Intertwined twisted cords representing harmonious, embracing love is the earliest of jewellery designs.
The Fleur-de-lis is historically associated with French royalty, and is an old medieval symbol.
This design was requested by my best client . . .
Researching the history of jewellery design, this style of ring really stood out to me as something I would like to re-create in my own style.
Millegrain - Mille is French for thousands, of grains that have been embossed into the straight edge.Picot - pronounced Pea-ko (from crochet & embroidery). Picot are pretty little round-shaped stitches that decorate an edge.
The design for this, my Christina ring has been adapted directly from a design found in an antique catalogue of jewellery from the turn of the 20th century.
This design was a re-creation of an antique that I made when I was working for a store on Castlereagh St.
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