These rings by jewellery designer Galit Barak of Israel create rectilinear frames around the wearer's fingers.
Called New City, the series of rings and brooches features rough-cut stones framed by rectangles and protruding from the side or between fingers.
Barak created the collection while studying at Shenkar College for Engineering and Design.
The details below are from Galit Barak:
Series of brooches and rings featuring characteristic from gravestones and blocs diagrams of military cemeteries, corresponded with Agi Mishol poem "Farewell".
Geometric constructions carry classic and rough cut stones in its inner space. The choice to use inner spaces and repeating form enables to break the boundaries of classic jewellery.
Created during the course "Jewel Writes" by Professor Dganit Stern Schocken, Jewelry Design Department, Shenkar Collage for Engineering and Design.
Materials: Silver plated Alpaca, Onyx, Jasper, Tourmalinated Quartz
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