There’s no wonder the world is captivated by 3-D. Three-dimensional objects come alive and capture the imagination better than their two-dimensional counterparts.
Elena Drukker's set was featured in Amanda Gizzi's article in the National Jeweler as one of a few Style File highlights of rings that pop off the finger and, in some cases, actually have moving parts.
This Drukker Designs “Helix” ring, Model 1625, with black spinel, smoky quartz, yellow citrine and white topaz set in nickel-free sterling silver plated with palladium and rhodium, creates the illusion of movement
Published July 20, 2016
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