The designs were inspired by natural cell structures and comprise a double layer of polygons that form a delicate mesh over the finger.
The front of the band is shaped into a claw-like asymmetric point while the other side is shorter.
Made in black, white, yellow and pink gold, some of the rings have diamonds set into sections of the lattice. Bracelets in a similar style also form part of the limited-edition collection, though no images are available yet.
"This feat of entwined geometries reveals its extraordinary sparkle thanks to the skill of the goldsmiths who expertly hand-polish these prodigiously meshed works," said the team behind the designs.
This isn't the first time Hadid has designed jewellery: she also created a collection for crystal brand Swarovski in 2010.
Here's the text sent to us by Zaha Hadid Architects:
Zaha Hadid for Caspita
Zaha Hadid offers Caspita her visionary talent by designing two exclusive pieces, a ring and a bracelet, which will be edited in a limited series and launched at the Zaha Hadid Design Gallery in London on 28 November, on show until 2 December during the Caspita pop-up store at the Gallery.
The collection will then move to Art Basel Miami to be showcased in the temporary installation "Colette art DRIVE-THRU at alchemist" from 2 to 8 December. Succumbing to the charm of Caspita, Zaha Hadid dwells for the first time upon goldsmith's objects.
This unprecedented partnership is the first of Caspita's project of astounding collaborations between jewellery, architecture, contemporary art and design. Inspired by cellular structures found in nature, these creations harmoniously intensify the brand's aphorism "See the invisible".
The unparalleled Swiss craftsmanship makes the creation of these two sibylline jewels possible, a profusion of lattice in filigree produced in black, white, yellow and pink gold set with diamonds or not.