A series of rings, which are constructed out of titanium.
The design came out of the inherent properties of the main material: titanium. It is a very strong but brittle material. It can not be bent or rolled with ease. To construct such a ring from titanium, construction had to be approached unconventionally, which is fitting, as titanium is an unconventional material within the tradition of jewellery making.
The ring shank was layered with the first introduction of line into the form. This project was the first use of unconventional materials in the construction of conventional jewellery objects.
The object is consistent with its use: a ring is an object with a hole in which a finger can be placed. This design was approached in the same way.
Titanium, Fine Silver, 2010
L25 W25 H9mm - L25 W25 H16mm