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Brilliant no 7 - 3D Printed Ring
$93.00
3D printed gold plated diamond inspired ring. This ring is part of Ariane Ernst's "Brilliant" collection. This ring is part of Ariane Ernst's "Brilliant" collection which was inspired by the "Brilliant" diamond originated by Marcel Tolkowsky.

Rings are 3D printed using steel to mimic the structure and shine of a diamond.

MATERIAL: Stainless Steel. Gold Plated. 3D Printed.

COLOR: Gold

SIZE+DIMENSIONS:Assorted ring sizes listed in mm from size drop down below.

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Emerging Fashion Designer from Dusseldorf
"The foundations of my series "BRILLIANT" are the individual facets of the Tolkowsky brilliant-cut. I capture thefacets' form in my grid structure. Depending on the angle you can see the brilliant cut represented in my designs.

I design my forms for these rings in a 3D program, which are afterwards 3D printed. Aspects such as the hardness and sparkle of diamonds play a role as well. I have selected steel as the base material to represent the hardness of diamonds. The sparkle of a diamond is also reflected in the polished steel."

- Ariane Ernst
"The foundations of my series "BRILLIANT" are the individual facets of the Tolkowsky brilliant-cut. I capture thefacets' form in my grid structure. Depending on the angle you can see the brilliant cut represented in my designs.

I design my forms for these rings in a 3D program, which are afterwards 3D printed. Aspects such as the hardness and sparkle of diamonds play a role as well. I have selected steel as the base material to represent the hardness of diamonds. The sparkle of a diamond is also reflected in the polished steel."

- Ariane Ernst

ABOUT ARIANE ERNST
Ariane Ernst is a German based jewelry designer. She trained and developed her skills as a goldsmith for 2 years at the "Vienna Gold and Silversmith Academy". Afterwards she studied "Applied Art and Design" at the FH Düsseldorf in where she graduated with a bachelor and Master degree.

After her studies she went to work for an established goldsmith in Vienna and then Stuart Moore in New York, then onto the head office of H&M in Stockholm. She now draws on all her international and diverse experience when creating her own jewelry, as well as current fashion trends and art movements such as minimalism and deconstructionism.

In her current collection, each piece is based upon a broad conventional style. She is especially aware of proportions and the joint lines of each link. In her designs Ariane collides classical forms of jewelry with the latest trends.

As a designer Ariane remains free and unattached to any one style. For her jewelry is not a status symbol, but an expression of ones own character and personality. She expresses and plays with her passion through innovative methods such as 3D printing. Also with her S.O.L (Symbol of Life) pieces, Ariane believes specific shapes appeal to people depending where they are at in their life. After 9 years of studying and apprenticeship, Ariane was thrilled to launch her eponymous collection - Ariane Ernst - in 2013.
"The foundations of my series "BRILLIANT" are the individual facets of the Tolkowsky brilliant-cut. I capture thefacets' form in my grid structure. Depending on the angle you can see the brilliant cut represented in my designs.

I design my forms for these rings in a 3D program, which are afterwards 3D printed. Aspects such as the hardness and sparkle of diamonds play a role as well. I have selected steel as the base material to represent the hardness of diamonds. The sparkle of a diamond is also reflected in the polished steel."

- Ariane Ernst

ABOUT ARIANE ERNST
Ariane Ernst is a German based jewelry designer. She trained and developed her skills as a goldsmith for 2 years at the "Vienna Gold and Silversmith Academy". Afterwards she studied "Applied Art and Design" at the FH Düsseldorf in where she graduated with a bachelor and Master degree.

After her studies she went to work for an established goldsmith in Vienna and then Stuart Moore in New York, then onto the head office of H&M in Stockholm. She now draws on all her international and diverse experience when creating her own jewelry, as well as current fashion trends and art movements such as minimalism and deconstructionism.

In her current collection, each piece is based upon a broad conventional style. She is especially aware of proportions and the joint lines of each link. In her designs Ariane collides classical forms of jewelry with the latest trends.

As a designer Ariane remains free and unattached to any one style. For her jewelry is not a status symbol, but an expression of ones own character and personality. She expresses and plays with her passion through innovative methods such as 3D printing. Also with her S.O.L (Symbol of Life) pieces, Ariane believes specific shapes appeal to people depending where they are at in their life. After 9 years of studying and apprenticeship, Ariane was thrilled to launch her eponymous collection - Ariane Ernst - in 2013.
SHIPPING
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RETURNS
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From there we will issue you a printable return label. Given the item is unworn and in good condition you will receive a full refund minus original shipping fee.  There will be no additional charge for return shipping.

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