Works of art come in many different forms. Inspired by one of the most elaborated and beautiful collection of illustrations of the 18th century by Albertus Seba in his Cabinet of Natural Curiosities, this one-of-a-kind ring is truly a unique specimen. Hand carved in wonderful teal grey colour lava stone from the Vesuvius volcano, the image of red coral is shown in its wonderful natural shape. The size of the round lava stone is 10 mm and is set in the unrepeatable hammered oxidized sterling silver and 18kt gold fusion. Mysteries of nature only for you to reveal.
Available immidately in size EU 15/55. For custom sizing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Carved lava stone cameo size 10 mm diameter
- Hammered oxidized silver and 18kt gold fusion ring band and setting
- Ring size EU 15/55
- For custom sizing please contact email@example.com
- Ring Size Guide
We believe in timeless quality craftsmanship. All of our pieces are crafted using precious metals. In our creations we use sterling silver, oxidized, white or gold-plated, and 18 kt gold. Our signature use of silver and gold fusion intricately blends together silver and 18kt gold to create a nice contrast. Organic 18kt gold details are torch fused to the silver, and then oxidized for a one-of-a-kind finish that with time and wear reflects the uniqueness of its wearer.
Each Clara Stones piece is as individual as you are!
Please note our jewellery is handcrafted in one-of-a-kind or limited editions using natural and organic materials and unique finishes, so sometimes it can vary in appearance and be slightly different than the photo. That is the nature of natural corals, pearls, gemstones and hand made items and makes each piece truly unique and only yours.
We have taken care to ensure that the items on our website are presented as accurately as possible; however, colour and clarity will depend upon your own personal monitor and individual adjustments to the computer screen. Clara Stones does not guarantee that the colours of products are identical to the colours that you see on your computer screen.