Ole LynggaardSnakes Petite Ring Gold, Diamonds Dark Green
This stunning Snakes Petite Ring is a creation from the reputed jewellery house, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. A part of the Snakes Collection, the ring is in the form of a snake made of solid 18 karat yellow gold and embellished with six diamonds, coiled around a beautiful 12 carat malachite. The ring with decorative snake in 18 karat yellow gold with 6 diamonds TW.VS. totally 0,04 ct. and a 15x11 malachite of 12ct. Colour: Gold, Green
- 18k yellow gold ring
- 6 x TW.VS white diamonds, 0.04ct.
- 1x12ct. malachite, measuring 15x11mm
- Ring sizes: 49-62
- Colour: Gold, green, white
What's the story
At Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, trained and gifted designers and expert goldsmiths work symbiotically in the brand workshops to create fine jewellery that spells beauty and sophistication. Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is Purveyor to the Royal Danish Court, which is testimony to the exacting standards of quality and artisanship of this jewellery house. Offering the precious pieces that exemplify Scandinavian heritage and spirit of life, this family-owned brand has reached success thanks to the dedicated efforts of the Lynggaards’ extended family. Ole Lynggaard opened his first workshop in Central Copenhagen in 1963, and, since then, the brand has expanded to encompass three talented generations, which include Ole’s children and granddaughter. Ole’s daughter, Charlotte Lynggaard, followed in his footsteps; she is a trained goldsmith and designer, a proud perfectionist whose uncompromising standards ensure that the brand always produces only the very best. Every piece of jewellery from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is designed by the father-daughter duo. Charlotte’s daughter, Sofia Lynggaard, is also a vital part of the creative process in this family business.
What's great about it
Jewellery from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is inspired by natural forms and movements, as is seen in the seductive curves of the snake in this ring. Fashioned in solid 18 karat yellow gold, it is embedded with six diamonds depicting the eyes of the snake. The tail of the snake hugs a beautiful bezel-set malachite and provides an eye-catching element to this Snakes Petit Ring. The snake represents fertility and symbolises a creative life force. By extension, it also serves as a metaphor for transformation, rebirth, and immortality. The surface of the ring is finished with fine lines, lending a very realistic look to this fine piece of jewellery. The white diamonds set in yellow gold heighten its appeal, while the large rectangular malachite adds the scent of ancient mystery. This is definitely a piece of fine jewellery that will capture the attention of a woman who likes bold designs formed with softly feminine, graceful curves and coils.
How to wear it
The sensuous design of this Snakes Petit Ring makes it a fitting accessory for a woman who seeks to make a statement. It creates an impression even when worn as a single piece of jewellery, but you can augment the impact you wish to create by wearing it with other rings, chains and earrings for a boho chic look. Show off this fine ring with a flowing, dark coloured dress for a formal event or simply make a bold statement by sporting it with your most casual attire. Or, emphasise the sensuous woman in you by combining it with other stunning pieces from the Snakes Collection by Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen.
Why we love it
Today, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is a well-known heritage brand, synonymous with fine Danish jewellery design and artisanship as is obvious in this beautiful Snakes Petit Ring made of yellow gold, diamonds, and a malachite. At The Jewellery Room, we love the passion and impeccable artistry in the exquisitely crafted jewels offered by Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. The father-daughter duo visualises a creative idea, infuses it with shape and form, and transforms it into a stunning piece of art. Every precious piece from Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen is a shining example of fine quality, elegant design, and meticulous craftsmanship. It is no wonder that the brand is increasingly sought after by connoisseurs of fine jewellery the world over.