Shapes Ring Silver, 9 mm, Hammered
This simple and minimalistic series of rings are available in the width of 6 mm and 9 mm in sterling silver and in the width of 3.5 and 6 mm in 18-carat gold. Perfect as a classic wedding ring.
The square and the circle have formed the basis of the design with the intention to create a simple and beautiful ring that can stand alone or be stacked with other rings and thus be more distinctive. With this series of rings, you can go from a simple and minimalistic ring to visual fireworks of plain or hammered surfaces with lots of diamonds.
This hammered version has a width of 9 mm and is a very simple and elegant ring without making “noise”. However, it still has personality and is rather edgy due to its width and special hammered surface characterising the silversmith.
The ring is hammered in Copenhagen by a local silversmith who used to work for the world-famous silversmith workshop Georg Jensen. Hammering may seem like a simple concept. However, it takes many years of experience and a very special technique to make a beautiful and harmonious hammering and to achieve the right size and depth of the hammer marks as well. A silversmith has many types of hammers of different sizes and shapes, and it is not always possible to use the same hammer on a plain surface as on a curved surface.
On request, available in 18-carat gold.
All Shapes rings are available in 9 different sizes. However, it is not easy to change the size of this ring – therefore, knowing your ring size in advance is highly recommended. If the ring does not fit, you can always change the ring for another size as long as you have not started wearing the ring, and the design is still in production. Please write an email to us, and we will do our best to help you.
Please find our size guide below on the page.
Engraving on the inside of the ring band is available on request – please contact us for further information.
Rinse in lukewarm water and soap and polish with our polishing cloth (enclosed). We do not recommend silver dip or the like, as such chemicals tend to ruin the surface.