We haven’t really talked about Wallace Chan yet, but I promise to show more of his work. He’s a contemporary jewelry who makes insane, sculptural jewelry of incredible detail and worksmanship. This ring is a great introduction.
It takes a true creative genius to even conceive of something this fantastical, let alone to bring it into beautiful and expertly crafted fruition.
The stylized design comprises three terminals. The terminals, from right to left are set with: a pear-shaped fancy vivid yellow diamond weighing 0.90 carat, overlaying brilliant-cut diamonds, within a titanium border, surrounded by a row of brilliant-cut pink diamonds set sideways; a similarly-set brilliant-cut pink diamond weighing 0.60 carat, surrounded by a row of circular-cut emeralds; and finally a similarly-set rectangular-shaped emerald weighing 0.74 carat, surrounded by a row of brilliant-cut yellow diamonds. Each terminal is joined to the pave-set diamond interlaced scrolls extending to the branch-like fluted band. Made of purple, yellow, green and gray titanium, even the setting of this ring is colorful.
This ring was made in 2012 and is a 5 1/2, which is my ring size.
This ring is currently for sale at FD Gallery, listing available via 1stdibs. All images and info are thanks to FD Gallery and 1stdibs.