Oxidized sterling silver, red coral

When doing this order I was attracted to the saturated rich color of stone. Obeying the stone’s shape, I created this set in geometrical style which is uncharacteristic of me. As a result, this rhythmic composition repeats even in the clasp. You can create your own symmetric or asymmetric positions by moving the elements of this necklace.
The ring perfectly complements the necklace, and relates to it with the finest details. Rhythmic repetition in art is like music.

..........................FEELINGS CARVED INTO METAL..............................

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