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Jewelry in 3-D

  • Author:katrina
  • Release on :2016-07-20
Jewelry in 3-D

There’s no wonder the world is captivated by 3-D like Jewelry

Three-dimensional objects come alive and capture the imagination better than their two-dimensional counterparts. 

Jewelry, rings in particular, naturally have a tendency to draw people into their beauty. Rings with depth, dimension, and the illusion of movement encourage admirers to come in for a closer look as every view and angle has been carefully crafted and considered. 

Hereis Style File highlights of rings that pop off the finger and, in some cases, actually have moving parts.

This Delphine Leymarie 18-karat yellow gold “Facets Cage” ring is hand carved by the designer in her Jersey City studio and cast in New York City from reclaimed fine metals