Asymmetrics + Diamonds (A Double Ring) by Marcia Budet
2011 - 2012, Golden A'
Inspiration
Architecture and how the combined use of simple and complex elements create sophisticated boldness.
Creativity
The piece is a free-standing sculptural double ring with large asymmetrical gemstones and diamonds. It never closes in a perfect circle, as it's read as one continuous element that hugs the fingers and provides structure for the gemstones at the same time, giving it an organic feel. The metal's delicate intervention of grabbing the gemstones allows them to appear as floating when worn, yet the metal becomes the extroverted main character of the piece when it's not in use.
Design Challenges
Marcia Budet did not encounter any design challenges while designing the award winning Asymmetrics + Diamonds A Double Ring.
Production Technology
Four models: 18k yellow gold with smoky quartz + diamonds, Sterling Silver with black onyx + diamonds, Mix of 18k yellow gold and sterling silver with smoky quartz + diamonds, and 14k yellow gold with hematite + diamonds. All diamonds are white VS in clarity - F in color.
       
     
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