Fascinated by finding beauty in eerie and macabre creatures, every piece by Eily O'Connell morphs into a new species through the process of combining natural forms and casting them into metal, adorning them with gemstones, enamel and other curios.
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!
"This ring derives from the "sea monsters" collection that is sure to give you magical powers driven by the power of water when worn.
Beware of Yacu Mama, she lives in the waters of the Amazon river and will eat anything that comes near to her. Don't be fooled by the golden glimmer in the water as this is a lure. She lurks beneath it. "
This one-of-a-kind ring is sculpted to mimic the claws and teeth of sea creatures and cast in silver (oxidised) and18k yellow gold. It is set with a green coloured Quartz and rock crystal that has been hand cut by an artisan stone cutter to achieve a unique sparkling effect.
- Oxidised silver
- 18k yellow gold
- Hand-faceted green and rock quartz
- Ring size: P1/2 middle
- This ring can be resized, please contact us for sizing options
Eily grew up in Donegal on the North West coast of Ireland hence sea themes are evident throughout her work. There are constant references to human manipulation of nature as Eily is concerned with our ecological impact and so tries to highlight important issues through pieces and collections.
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