enso ring group. oval gold. 2 0xi by Yvonne Gilhooly

Enso Series.

This ring set comprises one open oval 18ct yellow gold enso ring with 2 oxidised silver rings which, when worn together create a striking composition.

Of course the rings may be worn individually or with other rings from my enso series offering a multitude of design combinations.

All jewellery is designed and handmade by Scottish jeweller Yvonne Gilhooly in her west coast studio.

Features

  • Primary Material : 18ct yellow gold
  • Other Materials : oxidised silver
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : 18ct yellow gold and silver
  • Hallmarked : No

Cleaning Instructions

The matt scratch surface on the 18ct yellow gold can be maintained with the simple use of an abrasive scourer to abrade the surface gently.

The oxidised finish on the sterling silver will wear with use to an antique grey colour, the highest points becoming polished over time.

Whilst I feel it is nice for jewellery to show its wear in this way, I am always happy to re- oxidise if required.

 

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enso ring group. oval gold. 2 0xi

Features

  • Primary Material : 18ct yellow gold
  • Other Materials : oxidised silver
  • One of a Kind : No
  • Metal : 18ct yellow gold and silver
  • Hallmarked : No

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Rings
by Yvonne Gilhooly

Enso Series.

This ring set comprises one open oval 18ct yellow gold enso ring with 2 oxidised silver rings which, when worn together create a striking composition.

Of course the rings may be worn individually or with other rings from my enso series offering a multitude of design combinations.

All jewellery is designed and handmade by Scottish jeweller Yvonne Gilhooly in her west coast studio.

Cleaning Instructions

The matt scratch surface on the 18ct yellow gold can be maintained with the simple use of an abrasive scourer to abrade the surface gently.

The oxidised finish on the sterling silver will wear with use to an antique grey colour, the highest points becoming polished over time.

Whilst I feel it is nice for jewellery to show its wear in this way, I am always happy to re- oxidise if required.