£460.00 / €520.39
Inspired by the Breakup Jam that occurs in rivers in the springtime when ice begins to break, ANOMALY ‘Breakup Jam’ ring reflects the rigid look of the inspiration source. A truly one of a kind jewellery creation has a close image of water filled with broken ice pieces and exceptional hand carved details. Designed to be worn both individually and stacked together with other rings, ANOMALY ‘Breakup Jam’ Silver ring provides an opportunity to own jewellery that is out of the ordinary.
Handmade in the heart of London, keeping innovative and ethical jewellery making at the forefront of the production.
The combination of strength, rigidness and flammable femininity in the jewellery series, ANOMALY, express how incompatible and unusual can change the perception of normal. Designed and made by ZYDRUNE, this breathtaking collection displays carved Silver rings, handcrafted earrings, chain bracelets and necklaces. The extremely intriguing designs reflect fascinating powers of nature and remind us of both, natural and unnatural occurrences that appear. Like snow falling on warm soil during the summer, ANOMALY collection will take your breath away.
ANOMALY ‘Breakup Jam’ Silver ring will look best together with the handmade ‘Neve’ necklace. The unique combination of both will leave no doubt about the origin of jewellery, highlighting your own unique style. Both necklace and Silver ring have similar type of engraved textures which make them a well matching jewelry set. If you are aiming for the full ANOMALY image, ZYDRUNE recommends adding ‘Flurry’ earrings together with ‘Hail’ and ‘Verglas’ handmade stacking rings. The attention to detail in each one of designs highlight the original designer’s style. As a result, making your look the very centre of everyone’s attention. Whether it’s a full denim outfit or an elegant silky shirt with flowy trousers, ZYDRUNE guarantees to add more character with unique and one of a kind jewellery selection.
As every jewellery piece is crafted by a hand, each individual design will slightly vary from one another.