Bubble ring silver
A unique piece, born of the free inspiration of the Sardinian wedding ring, but in an irregular form and in a material key.
Made using the lost wax technique, a technique I approached with a very free and instinctive method, randomly dropping irregular drops onto the surface of the ring, a bit like action painting but with wax. Giving great importance to the process of creation. The shape is deliberately soft and irregular. The black parts are obtained by oxidising the silver through burnishing.
Material: 925 silver
At the time of purchase, you can enter your size in the notes section.
All rings can be made to measure, with longer processing times, to be agreed with the craftsman.
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150,00 € Euro
1 in stock
Find out who made this item
Saveria Gatti is the founder of Veva Handmade, a brand of experimental handmade jewellery in unique pieces and limited series.
After her training at the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino, Saveria fell in love with goldsmithing by attending a course in Rimini, in the goldsmith workshop of master Luigi Signorini and his son Marco. In 2019 she created her own brand of handmade jewellery, setting up a small experimental workshop in San Marino.
This project, beyond aesthetics and technique, encapsulates the creative world of Saveria, who, thanks to her technical skills, experiments with new stylistic imprints, basing her work on instinct, thanks also to the type of goldsmith technique she uses to make her jewellery, which is lost wax. This sculpting technique leaves a lot of room for manoeuvre for experimentation and allows her to be carried away by the element itself, the wax, which is handled, melted and twisted, investigating its reaction to stimuli and thus creating unique and often unrepeatable works.