Roman Spinner Ring
Roman Spinner Ring
Roman Spinner Ring

Polly Gasston Jewellery

Roman Spinner Ring

Sale price£1,290.00

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Roman Spinner Ring by Independent Jeweller Philippa Dunn of Polly Gasston Jewellery

Delve into the captivating world of the Roman Spinner Ring, expertly crafted by Philippa Dunn, a distinguished independent jeweller located in Kent. This ring offers a fascinating blend of cultural influences, combining Roman design elements with the vibrant colours beloved in ancient Egypt.

Sizing, Design & Customisation:

This ring is handmade, meaning no two will ever be identical. Please be aware that the design you receive may differ slightly from the design shown. If you would like to talk to Philippa about the design, or customising this piece to make it even more unique, please get in touch with her via the 'Talk to Philippa button'.

This ring is ready to ship in size M. If you wish to have a different size, please use the size box to tell Philippa. She will try to resize the existing ring, but if this is not possible, she will make a new one, so please be aware there will be a longer lead time. 

Key Features:

  • Design. This spinner ring draws inspiration from Roman craftsmanship, enhanced with the lapis, turquoise, and coral hues that were cherished in ancient Egyptian art.
  • Texture. The shank of the ring is hammered to add a tactile, textured finish, interspersed with gold sequins that catch the light beautifully.
  • Materials. Featuring a mix of precious stones and metals, the ring showcases an eye-catching array of colours and a luxurious feel.

The Roman Spinner Ring by Philippa Dunn is a splendid example of how traditional elements can be reinterpreted through modern craftsmanship. Each detail of the ring has been thoughtfully designed to reflect both the robustness of Roman jewellery and the elegance of Egyptian colour palettes.

Opting for this ring means choosing a piece that not only enhances your jewellery collection but also carries a narrative of rich historical artistry. For those seeking a bespoke version, discussions around personal preferences and options are warmly welcomed to ensure the final piece is perfectly attuned to your tastes.

Polly Gasston Jewellery

Inspired by Polly, the founder of the company, who in turn was inspired by the ancient jewellers and goldsmiths, we work only in 22ct gold and semi-precious stones. If our work brings to mind the treasures of past civilizations then we have hit our brief! Designs that can be understood and appreicated for their historical reference and their contemporary style is what we aim for, and most importantly our treasures must be ultimately wearable. We do not polish any of our work, we let it gain its own lustre by being worn which gives this precious metal a depth of warmth and a note of value.

FOUNDER AND DESIGNER

Philippa Dunnj

Polly and her sister Philippa were born and raised in Kenya. Their lives took separate paths until 2007 when Philippa moved to England and she and Polly started their business, Polly Gasston Goldsmith. Polly was the jeweller and Philippa ran the business; they designed all their pieces together which Polly then made, while Philippa concentrated on administering the company. During this time Philippa learned to carve wax for casting, adding another dimension to the collection. When Polly died suddenly and unexpectedly in 2021 Philippa kept on with the company, and while the style of the work has evolved and changed, the ethos remains the same; 22ct gold with semi-precious stones, designs that are influenced by ancient civilizations and are completely contemporary, and the highest quality of work. Customer service and satisfaction have always been at the heart of the business and still are today.

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