Organic

The first cast rings I made were sculpted in very soft clay-like wax. I’d done a lot of clay sculpture and the transformation from soft wax to hard metal enthralled me. I use hard wax now, but getting that ‘thumbed’ feel gives it a very hand-made finish that rebels slightly from the machined rings out there. It also makes it slightly more interesting to play with and makes the light dance over it nicely. This is really good for the subtle but personal rings as each ring has its own undulations.

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The first cast rings I made were sculpted in very soft clay-like wax. I’d done a lot of clay sculpture and the transformation from soft wax to hard metal enthralled me. I use hard wax now, but getting that ‘thumbed’ feel gives it a very hand-made finish that rebels slightly from the machined rings out there. It also makes it slightly more interesting to play with and makes the light dance over it nicely. This is really good for the subtle but personal rings as each ring has its own undulations. The details for the organic rings including palladium mens wedding rings are as follows:

Photo 1: Palladium man’s ring and 18ct white gold woman’s ring

Photo 2:Palladium

Photo 3: Platinum

Photo 4: Palladium

Photo 5: 18ct yellow gold

Photo 6: Palladium

Photo 8: Palladium

Photo 9: 9ct white gold

Photo 10: 18ct pale yellow gold

Photo 11: 9ct yellow gold

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