Anthony Lent

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Cabochon Sapphire Tree Frog Ring

19,200.00
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Cabochon Sapphire Tree Frog Ring

19,200.00

18k Yellow Gold
Sapphires
Diamonds

This piece is currently available as a special order. Please contact us for details on sizing and production time.

Exquisite pear shaped cabochon sapphires set into a completely hand engraved tree branch ring, adorned with tiny frogs perched on the sides. This one of a kind Tree Frog Ring is a truly unique magical piece!

Anthony Lent jewelry often has a story to tell. Our Tree Frog motif just happens to be part of probably the greatest story there is: the story of evolution. But it's not exactly biological evolution we're referring to. It's the evolution of a piece over time as Tony gradually makes small adjustments here and there, bringing it closer and closer to an ideal or else simply trying out different interpretations of the same basic concept. Thus, we have different frogs. We have a climbing frog and a sitting frog. We have extremely large frogs and little tiny ones. Originally, the design was based loosely on the Brazilian poison dart frog but ultimately ended up a compilation of several creatures. But who knows where Tony's mind will hop to next?

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18k Yellow Gold
Sapphires
Diamonds

This piece is currently available as a special order. Please contact us for details on sizing and production time.

Exquisite pear shaped cabochon sapphires set into a completely hand engraved tree branch ring, adorned with tiny frogs perched on the sides. This one of a kind Tree Frog Ring is a truly unique magical piece!

Anthony Lent jewelry often has a story to tell. Our Tree Frog motif just happens to be part of probably the greatest story there is: the story of evolution. But it's not exactly biological evolution we're referring to. It's the evolution of a piece over time as Tony gradually makes small adjustments here and there, bringing it closer and closer to an ideal or else simply trying out different interpretations of the same basic concept. Thus, we have different frogs. We have a climbing frog and a sitting frog. We have extremely large frogs and little tiny ones. Originally, the design was based loosely on the Brazilian poison dart frog but ultimately ended up a compilation of several creatures. But who knows where Tony's mind will hop to next?