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Gold Reuben Ring with Sandstone

Motley x Estelle Dévé £130 £65

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The Story of the Piece

Designed to add texture and colour to your everyday - meet the Impasto Collection of stackables. Inlaid with sparkling sandstone, the thick gold band of the Reuben ring catches the light as your fingers move. Pair it with the L’Oiseau ring, complement it with other colours from the collection, or layer it with a plain band - the canvas is yours to play with. 

Stack them high. Also available in plain gold vermeil, with malachite, or lapis lazuli.

Cheat sheet: Impasto is a painting technique, and it’s all about texture. Artists use layers of thick paint to give their work dimension, believing a painting should have reach into the real world rather than just being a window into an imagined one.

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About the Designer

French designer Estelle Dévé’s passion for design started in childhood. Inspired by her aunt who designed jewellery for Chanel under Karl Lagerfeld, Estelle set up her eponymous label in 2008 in Melbourne. Inspired by 20th century artist heavy-weights, Deve’s collection features well known motifs from artists like Braque, Brancusi and Hepworth and transforms them into gloriously wearable jewellery. Featuring charms, stackables, hoops and chunky chains, these mini-sculptures are the best kind of art collecting.

Sizing & Materials

UK K (EU 50, US 5.25) UK L (EU 51.5, US 6) UK N 1/2 (EU 56, US 8) Weight: 5 g

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