08 October 2018

A week's worth of rings by Marc Deloche

Marc Deloche‘s latest collection includes seven rings inspired by the Greco-Roman divinities presiding over each week day. Tuesday’s ring, ruled by Mars, the god of war, is shaped like a fortress with a tower surmounted by diamonds. Thursday’s, a Byzantine cross, symbolizes the powers of Jupiter. Meanwhile Sunday, named for the day star, has a yellow gold ring sporting a sapphire of over 2.5 carats surrounded by numerous spikes rather like wheat ears. Carpe Diem.

 

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Photomontage © Sandrine Merle

  • Marc Deloche - Monday ring, day of the Moon, in palladium gold, 27.06 carat beryl and diamonds

  • Marc Deloche - For Tuesdays, ring of Mars in pink gold, 4.18 carat rubellite and diamonds

  • Marc Deloche - Ring for Wenesday governed by Mercury, in bicolor gold and two chrysoprases

  • Marc Deloche - The Thursday ring holds the attributs of Jupiter in gold, Ethiopian opal at the center, chalcedonies and yellow sapphires

  • Marc Deloche - Ring for Friday dedicated to Venus in gold, sapphires, raspberry tourmalines, apatites

  • Marc Deloche - Ring for Saturday governed by Saturn in gold and lacquer

  • Marc Deloche - Ring for Sunday dedicated to the Sun in gold and a 2.65 carat sapphire at the center

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