Britta Schwalm Blessed Child Rings
Blessed Child Rings is Iron Design Award winner in 2014 - 2015 Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Award Category.
Blessed Child Rings

The Blessed Child rings are a promise for love: Baby Jamie cuddles up to the inside of the ring and trusts its life to the hands of the mother. The baby is laid on its back sucking its thumb. It is the mental vision of her unborn child that every pregnant woman has in her mind. The ring symbolises the unconditional mutual bond of trust between infant and mother and pays homage to this trust. Baby Sam is on top of the world, safe, healthy and happy. The wearer carries the baby with pride, presenting herself as a confident mother. The ring is a band saying: ‚ÄěTrust me, you are loved!"

Blessed Child Rings
Britta Schwalm Blessed Child
Britta Schwalm Rings
Britta Schwalm design
Britta Schwalm design
Britta Schwalm

Britta Schwalm is an experienced goldsmith and graphic designer. She is working with heart and soul. As a goldsmith she is specialised in making jewellerydesign in customer request and upcycling. The project "Blessed child" combines the skills of both of her professions in a unique way. Basic part in the manufacturing process is modern 3D technology. She is part of german TV docutainment "Hallo Schatz" as the expert for jewellry because she is an upcycling specialist.

Blessed Child (Your 'Glueckskind')

'Blessed Child' is the story of love. "Children are love made visible" said Novalis, and 'Blessed Child' adds "Thank you!" by presenting a precious and ultimately personal ring to your loved one. There are two rings, "Sam", the baby on top of the ring - and "Jamie", the baby nestling inside the ring. Both can be made in silver, each alloy of gold or platinum. The engraving tells the intimate story and a set brilliant gives the finishing touch. Even customer design wishes can be realised through using 3D data. The company was founded recently and the owner is a experiend goldsmith using latest technology.