Bringing together an unlikely pair, Gunter Wermekes was the first to combine stainless steel, an industrial material with the timeless beauty of diamonds into a complete jewelry collection. He believes that every material speaks its own language; that stainless steel speak of today, of building, and of making future plans, while a diamond, on the other hand, conveys a timeless quality, fire and passion. Yet in this collection of rings, rather than marry stainless steel with diamonds, he brings together another unlikely combination with wood. The Grenadill Rings feature square stainless steel bands ornamented with three-dimensional square and rectangular cuts of jet black Grenadilla, a hard, close grain wood.
Various configurations available.
designer: gunter wermekes
material: stainless steel and wood
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