Look to Natalie Perry for sustainable jewellery with a delicate and fragmented aesthetic.
This ring is part of our Art Ring showcase at Tomfoolery.
Art Ring is an annual celebration of bold design and craftmanship showcasing masterful creations from over 40 unique designers. The Art Ring event is hosted in the gallery from November to January. Each Art Ring comes with a dedicated Story Card featuring a sketch and quote from the designer.
"This ring takes inspiration from fragmented patterns, fading colours and imperfect beauty of the ancient Indian palaces of Rajasthan. In particular, the Rani Mahal in Bundi, once a palace built for the wives of rulers, but now an abandoned fort overturned and overrun with wild monkeys. I hint at the palace’s forgotten grandeur, imagining the treasures it once knew. Like traditional Indian jewellery, a ruby is set inside the band, touching skin, to bring good fortune, love and loyalty for the wearer." - Natalie Perry
- 9ct recycled yellow gold
- Rose cut mauve sapphire (0.85ct) grain set grey diamonds (0.065ct), ruby inside shank (0.03ct)
- Band width: 2.3
- Total carat weight: 0.95ct
- Size: O
If you have any questions regarding this ring please get in touch by calling 0208 444 7000 or by emailing [email protected] for more details.
Natalie Perry creates ethical and sustainable everyday luxury jewellery inspired by the stories she has collected on her travels. Each piece is made using sustainably sourced recycled gold and silver, ethically-sourced gemstones and Fairtrade Gold. The jewellery conveys themes of unconventional beauty, imperfection and disintegration, with a delicate and fragmented aesthetic.