These rings in .925 silver and .750 gold are inspired by Kintsugi: the ancient Japanese technique that enhances the cracks and fractures of ceramic objects by repairing them with urushi lacquer and gold dust.
On a symbolic level, Kintsugi is the human being's ability to recompose his "fractures" in a creative and artistic way.
Each ring is unique and unrepeatable and is worked with fire and hammer by Magal in the artistic goldsmith's workshop in Vicenza.
Each piece will be similar but never the same as the one in the photo, and this is also part of its beauty and uniqueness.
From the drop-down curtain you can select the type of ring: the high-end one measures approximately 1 to 1.2 cm, the mid-range one approximately 0.7 to 1.2 cm and the low-end one 0.5 cm.