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Torafu Architects | Solitaire ring

Jewelry Torafu Architects | Solitaire ring

Torafu Architects | Solitaire ringWe designed a simple “solitaire (meaning, a piece of jewelry)” ring made with the combination of a diamond, the most solid gemstone, with a laser pierced hole and the very thin gold band.

Torafu Architects | Solitaire ring

© Masaki Ogawa

Torafu Architects | Solitaire ring

© Masaki Ogawa

Torafu Architects | Solitaire ring

© Masaki Ogawa

The thinness of the ring’s band allows the diamond to appear bigger.  You can also create your own ring by selecting other kinds of stones and band materials.

Designer: Torafu Architects
Project name: solitaire ring
Principle use: jewelry ring
Manufacturer: gallery deux poissons
Material: 18K Gold, Diamond
Size: band: φ0.7 mm, diamond: 0.598ct
Design period: 2013.02 – 04
Production period: 2013.04 – 06
Photo: Masaki Ogawa
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