Shahla Karimi’s different engagement rings take a sculptural cue from Anish Kapoor

by Editorial Team

Offbeat engagement rings pay tribute to architectural silhouettes within the fingers of Shahla Karimi, who nods to Anish Kapoor’s ‘mini-bean’ monument on Herzog & de Meuron’s Jenga Tower (56 Leonard) in New York for the dreamy ‘Cloud’ assortment.

‘The city surprise encapsulates the seamless fusion of structural ingenuity and inventive expression,’ says Karimi of why the work was a pure inspiration. ‘The tower’s design mirrors the daring and adventurous spirit of affection. Simply because the tower defies gravity with its architectural prowess, it turns into a metaphor for {couples} daring to defy conference and construct a love that stands tall amidst the complexities of life, reaching new heights collectively.’

(Picture credit score: Shahla Karimi)

It’s a idea mirrored within the contours and reflective surfaces of the rings, which stability diamonds on swish loops of gold. ‘Not like the basic solitaire or conventional band, the “Cloud” assortment embraces a extra inventive and summary form, difficult the anticipated silhouette of an engagement ring,’ Karimi provides. ‘By drawing inspiration from structure, the gathering transcends the purely romantic symbolism usually related to engagement rings. It intertwines artwork and romance, providing a extra layered and multi-dimensional narrative.’

diamond ring close up, in yellow gold

(Picture credit score: Shahla Karimi)

Items play with perceptions, with asymmetrical designs celebrating a plethora of cuts. ‘Crafting a group that seamlessly integrates varied stone sizes and shapes calls for in depth trial and error within the R&D part, coupled with meticulous technical pointers for manufacturing, significantly when incorporating distinctive centre stones. This particular assortment, a labour of affection, has been within the making for over a 12 months. Furthermore, hanging a fragile stability between inventive expression and on a regular basis consolation is paramount. Designing a hoop that captivates visually whereas remaining appropriate for every day put on poses a problem, particularly when exploring unconventional shapes. The “Cloud” assortment evokes the sunshine, ethereal contact of a cloud, superbly gracing the finger.’

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