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Sevan Bicakci

Ottoman Architecture Amethyst Ring

Regular price price:   $19,800.00

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A miniature Ottoman locale of vibrant, domed buildings is frozen in time within the interior of the perfectly faceted pale, neutral amethyst of this one-of-a-kind Sevan Bicakci ring. Brilliantly imagined and perfectly executed, each golden-topped structure has been created by intaglio carving - a technique using reverse carving from the underside of the stone. Painstakingly painted to precision, the architecture is encased in the pale amethyst which is framed by an intricate setting of shimmering diamonds and blue sapphires. The oval composition is set upon a ring encrusted with more diamonds and larger sapphires. Mesmerizing in each and every intricate detail, it is almost as if tiny people could be inhabiting this world of perfection. This masterpiece is centered on a band of 24K gold and the smooth interior of the ring is 24K gold where Sevan has signed, dated, and numbered the piece.

ring height : 1" 
24K yellow gold and oxidized sterling silver band width : 5mm
carved amethyst : 15mm x 22mm
blue sapphires : 2.4cttw
diamonds : 1.10cttw
size available : 7 : please contact us for sizing options

ISTANBUL - Michaelangelo once said, "I saw the angel in the marble and I carved until I set him free." This is the other-worldly gift of Sevan Bicakci. He creates an alternate universe in each one of his precisely, intricately and exquisitely hand-made rings, bracelets and pendants. After conceptualizing each design, they are made with impossibly perfect, minute details balanced with vast beauty. Sevan's collection leaves wearers and onlookers in amazement. Each piece of his jewelry is a collaboration of painters, calligraphers, engravers, micro-mosaic masters, sculptors, and gem setters.

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