Exploring the contast between futuristic buildings and ancient temples, Cristina Zani's jewellery sits on the edge of the modern and ancient.
This ring is part of our Art Ring showcase at Tomfoolery.
Art Ring is a celebration of bold design and craftmanship; for this event we asked over 30 of our designers to create unique statement rings. The Art Ring event runs from the 8th November to the 31st of January. Treat yourself or a loved one to a one of a kind ring!
Cristina works predominantly with wood and silver to construct her jewellery. This ring is made from wood, silver, acrylic paint and gold leaf. Sculptural and unusual, it is the perfect cocktail ring.
Following a career in corporate communication, Cristina completed an MFA in Jewellery at Edinburgh College of Art in June 2012. In 2011 Cristina was awarded a bursary that enabled her to study jewellery in Seoul for four months. Her current work is influenced by the Korean urban landscape and explores the contrast between modern buildings and ancient temples and palaces of South Korea. Combing natural and painted wood with precious and non-precious metals.
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