The three diamonds, each in a different size, act like plants striving for sunlight, indicating an unavoidable natural force and a constant will to grow. To perpetuate this intention, the branches never close the circle, an analogy for a relationship between lovers that flourishes in order to endure.
UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The light yet imposing design presents three diamonds as the main elements of the jewelry. The composition with the gems in different sizes was created to achieve an impression of constant growth, as if it were an ever-evolving organism, resulting in a dynamic composition of curves. The square cut diamonds, along with the white gold polished surface, provide the modern elegance to the ring that appeals to the target audience.
OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in November 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brasil. It took around 2 weeks from the first prototypes to the final piece.
PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
18K white gold; 3 square diamonds. Produced manually using metal forging process.
SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
6g / Dimensions (mm): Width 20 x Depth 11 x Height 26
The ring is delivered in the typical B&M handmade wooden box.
Ring, White, Gold, Diamonds, Gemstone, Brazilian, Jewelry, Design, Engagement
One of the biggest challenges in the creation of Lorea ring was to maintain a perfect balance within the dynamic curves, and to keep it light and smooth after the metal forging process.
TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Fabio Brazil and Henrique Murgel
Image #1 : Photographer Fabio Brazil
Image #2 : Photographer Fabio Brazil
Image #3 : Photographer Fabio Brazil
Image #4 : Photographer Fabio Brazil
Image #5 : Photographer Fabio Brazil