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Junction Ring


I designed this engagement and wedding ring set as part of my HND course. It was the first complex ring I had ever designed on CAD software. The brief was to design a set that could be cast in 18k Fairtrade gold. The centre stone is a round sapphire and the smaller stones are grey diamonds. I call it the junction ring because it reminds me of a cross-roads, a hint at the change in life indicated by a wedding proposal.

Modelled on Rhino and Matrix.

SLA 3-D printed ring ready for casting.

SLA 3-D printed ring ready for casting.


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Coleoptera is the Latin word for beetle, an insect that has 6 legs. I created the design to have structural, insect-like elements. It is a statement ring, but also has delicate appearance.

Weight & Materials: 21.28g 18k white gold, 0.23g 18k yellow gold.

Gemstones: Fancy yellow cushion cut diamond 1.51ct, 22x 0.004ct round brilliant colourless diamonds (1mm), 13x 0.015ct round brilliant colourless diamonds (1.5mm).

Modelled on Rhino and Matrix.

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For this design, I drew influence from Celtic knot designs and 3-D sculptural illusions. I wanted to create a 3-D piece that seemed infinite/continuous. The ring would be cast in two parts and soldered in at the shoulders. The yellow gold claws would be soldered in after casting.

Weight & Materials: 24.07g white gold, 1.05g yellow gold (claws).

Dimensions: 27.29mm across head.

Gemstones: 1x yellow fancy 1.51ct cushion cut diamond, 5x 0.15ct pear cut yellow diamonds, 5x 0.15ct pear cut paraiba tourmaline, 21x 0.006ct round cut paraiba tourmaline (see above for alternative designs that include colourless diamonds).

Modelled on Rhino and Matrix.

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Sol et Luna

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This is a locket I designed that can be worn interchangeably. I was inspired by the contrasting colour palettes of day and night time and how these could be translated through gemstones. I chose to use yellow gold to accent the sun plate to add more warmth to it. Two centre plates containing 4 pairs of earrings and a pendant each, secured onto the plates from the back, can be removed once the locket is open. There are also spare pair holders within the bottom of the locket, meaning a spare pair can be kept within the locket to be swapped out with a pair on display so that the locket still has a full set on the front. The stones displayed on the sun plate are: spessartine garnet (centre stone), fire opal, carnelian, orange topaz, yellow sapphire and citrine (earrings). The stones displayed on the moon plate are: diamond and blue sapphire (centre pendant), iolite, tanzanite, topaz, blue diamond and sapphire (earrings).

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Materials: 925 silver, 14k gold

Weight: -Locket with sun plate in: 62.63g silver and 12.79g 14k yellow gold (without chains).

Locket with moon plate in: 73.13g silver and 0.18g 14k yellow gold (without chains).

Design Method: Rhino and Matrix

Production Method: Parts will be cast separately then soldered together. The threaded stud backs could be bought and soldered on.

Shared Parts: -Hinged silver locket with cut-out upper lid, bottom lid soldered together in two parts so it is hollow, gold push-over clasp, rotating chain pin and spare pair holders soldered into the bottom.

-A small pair of silver tweezers could be included to make turning easier.

Moon Parts: -Silver pendant with 1x 3mm round brilliant colourless diamond, 2x 2.5mm round blue sapphires, 2x 2mm round brilliant diamonds and 2x 1.2mm round diamonds.

-Threaded fastener with soldered on backing so that it can be turned (for smaller pendant).

-Thin chain attached to pendant.

-5x 4.5mm round silver studs with threaded backs and scrolls (listed on first page).

-Middle plate with cut-outs to hold pendant and studs.

Sun Parts: -Threaded pendant with 1x 7mm round spessartine garnet.

-Threaded fastener to hold pendant into plate and keep thin chain on.

-Thin chain attached to fastener.

-5x 4.5mm round studs with threaded backs and scrolls.

-Middle plate with cut-outs to hold the pendant and studs.

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Environmental Medal

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I chose to incorporate the nautical compass design because this is a widely recognised symbol of travel. The 8 pointed star is also a Native American symbol for hope, which I believe ties in well with the intention of the medal, especially when surrounded by stars.

Weight & Material: 564.66g Silver with oxidised details.

Dimensions: 103.26mm across medal, 131.98mm across medal with bail, width is 15mm at widest point.

The bail has space for a ribbon up to 24mm wide. I left the back of the medal flat because I felt that engraving could be applied here specific to the recipient. The back could alternatively be hollowed out to decrease the weight significantly. 

Designed on Rhino and Matrix.

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Tumaini is Swahili for hope. Swahili is a language widely spoken in Uganda. I designed this piece in recognition of the achievement of the production of the first African Fairtrade gold from mines in Uganda in September 2017. For many people in Africa, this slow change has been a long time coming. It is my hope that this movement will continue to grow and change lives around the world.

Weights: 18k yellow Fairtrade gold - 12.35g

18k white Fairtrade gold - 12.54g

Gemstones: 1x 0.06ct (2.5mm) round brilliant colourless diamonds

47x 0.0025ct (0.8mm) round brilliant colourless diamonds.

Dimensions: 40mm high (with bail) and 1.5mm thick.

Modelled on Rhino and Matrix.

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