18K yellow gold, 18K rose gold, 14K white gold, shakudo - Circa 1989
In delightful versatility and sheer, stunning perfection, the late Carrie Adell created her swivel touchstone ring, which may also double as a pendant. In Adell's painterly fashion, the piece is endowed with varied gold and shakudo, originally meant to resemble Japanese clouds or footpaths. Observe the colors and blemishes which adorn its surface: The work's intention is marked by a jeweler with a painter's eye. Adell's passion for metalsmithing, combined with a sensibility for fine art and fine metalworking techniques made her works truly one of a kind. The stone is hollow and patterned on both sides allowing for wonderful movement upon the internal wire so each side can be enjoyed as the heart desires. Strung through, the ring is complete with a line of a double wire ring shank. Quite a marvel to perpetually entice the heart and ever stir the soul.
• 0.92" (2.33cm) length of ring head
• 0.78" (1.98cm) width of ring head
• Size 5.5 (50.58mm inside circumference)
• One of a kind
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