- 100% silver
- Diameter of the ring approx. 3 cm
- Width of the ring approx. 0.5 cm
Inspirations brought from Africa
The metal lamps, handmade on the vibrant and colorful streets of Morocco, delighted designer Anna Orska with their intricate, lace-like structure and variety of shapes. From huge lanterns adorning public buildings and temples, to small, tiny lanterns resembling objects from the tales of one thousand and one nights - all made by masters specializing in a particular activity. The resulting openwork dispreses beams of light, painting magnificent compositions on the walls that are impossible to forget. Anna Orska decided to translate this spectacular non-jewelry craft into the language of jewelry.
Round ring with openwork decoration
The round ring was handcrafted from silver in a Moroccan workshop. The Marrakech masters cut the intricate shape and gave it an openwork structure, then deepened the relief to highlight the ornament. Wanting to emphasize the play of light and shadow, the ring was oxidized at the ORSKA workshop, which gave it an original graphite color. The ring's large main element set on a minimalist band has a convex, spherical shape and is decorated with a leafy vine motif. Our rings are made in sizes from 9 to 23. On our website under the "Jewelry Sizes" tab you will find instructions on how to choose the perfect ring size.
How to style artistic rings by ORSKA
Large rings have been in fashion for years. They are striking and original. Such a ring will go well with a little black dress or an elegant suit, as well as with a simple white t-shirt. Striking rings can steal the attention, so it is best to simply match them with more subtle accessories in the form of asymmetrical small earrings or the blue necklace with a silver pendant, which are also waiting for you in the Morocco collection. The floral pattern will also correspond well with jewelry from the Bery or Plantis collections.