Anthony Lent

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  • Pavé Yellow Beryl Adorned Hands Ring

Pavé Yellow Beryl Adorned Hands Ring

13,350.00
Pavé Yellow Beryl Adorned Hands Ring
Pavé Yellow Beryl Adorned Hands Ring

Pavé Yellow Beryl Adorned Hands Ring

13,350.00

18k Yellow Gold
Platinum
Yellow Beryl
Diamonds

This piece is currently available as a special order. Please contact us for details on sizing and production time. The Adorned Hands Ring can be custom made to order, with a wide variety of center stones. The Adorned Hands Ring would also make a distinctive engagement ring with the right stone. Tony Lent himself proposed to his wife with a version of this ring. Contact us for more info and to discuss options or ideas!

The hand is one of the earliest images of humankind, a symbol that marks our first appearance in the world and persists as an enduring definition of identity. They appear everywhere among the very oldest works of art, when art and the culture of daily life were indistinguishable, from the Lascaux Caves in France to Uluru in Australia. As jewelry, hands along with other anatomical motifs occurred frequently in the jewelry of the Greeks and Romans. Our own hands were prompted by these influences from the past as well as Tony's fascination with miniature worlds.

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18k Yellow Gold
Platinum
Yellow Beryl
Diamonds

This piece is currently available as a special order. Please contact us for details on sizing and production time. The Adorned Hands Ring can be custom made to order, with a wide variety of center stones. The Adorned Hands Ring would also make a distinctive engagement ring with the right stone. Tony Lent himself proposed to his wife with a version of this ring. Contact us for more info and to discuss options or ideas!

The hand is one of the earliest images of humankind, a symbol that marks our first appearance in the world and persists as an enduring definition of identity. They appear everywhere among the very oldest works of art, when art and the culture of daily life were indistinguishable, from the Lascaux Caves in France to Uluru in Australia. As jewelry, hands along with other anatomical motifs occurred frequently in the jewelry of the Greeks and Romans. Our own hands were prompted by these influences from the past as well as Tony's fascination with miniature worlds.