Square ring, Christina Soubli

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The Greek designer Christina Soubli tirelessly declines the filigree, her favorite technique. With an almost divine beauty, her 22-carat gold jewelry adorned with freshwater pearls evokes those of Antiquity.

 

Christina Soubli combines the filigree with contemporary geometric shapes. She shapes her filigree thread in the round, triangle or square as on this ring.

 

Crafted in Greece

Ref: BAS 25S

18K gold: 1 g

Dimensions of pearls: 5-6 mm/4-4.5 mm/3-3.5 mm

 

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Christina Soubli, the art of filigree

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