Prakriti stacking rings

Prakriti meaning "nature" in Sanskrit. It is a key concept in Hinduism and refers to the primal matter with three different innate qualities (purity, activity and darkness) which are present in everything.
The Prakriti ring is hand sculpted in Bali by Master goldsmiths with folds of 18k reclaimed gold as part of our Limited Edition wearable art collection.
Limited Edition of 20 in 18k gold.
Limited Edition of 50 in silver, rhodium gold plated.
Each jewels is stamped and delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

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£ 600.00 GBP
Made to Order

* We believe in conscious consumerism therefore we work on a made to order only basis ensuring each piece hand crafted is a jewel for life.  

Made to order to size as a Limited edition wearable art jewel.
Prices starting from £600- £8,000
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Shipping

Complimentary engraving and worldwide express shipping

The Master and the process

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The Prakrity ring, worn as one of two pieces.

Artisanal jewellery is art,  it is the artists soul and skill translated into miniature sculptures wether traditional or contemporary.

As we’ve been diving more and more into the artisans / Masters techniques and into our exchange of creativity this past year whilst foraging in the jungle and playing with stones and metals our collaborative work started flowing into organic form with a contemporary feel. 

When the use of language is not possible in a place where wifi does not exist ones creativity and senses start to develop in a new language, the language of esoteric sensory conversation.  Noticing nature’s form and language more than ever you pick up roots, plants. What you see is beyond the eye and with this we’ve co-created a collection of hand carved jewellery as sculpture and part of our Incidental beauty passion collection. With a new piece launching each month.

"Beauty is the harmony of purpose and form." Alvar Aalto 1928

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