“Dune” ring in bronze, Alina Alamorean

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The “Dune” ring represents the most sensual aspect of the work of Alina Alamorean, a French designer of Romania. Hypertrophied, alive with movement and curves, this is a ring that spills over the hand. Heavy and dense, it’s made of bronze, her favorite material. A satin bronze with a black patina and a mirror polish on the edge.


Like all Alina Alamorean’s jewelry, the “Dune” ring is a unique piece. She makes it without a mold, directly on the skin, heating the wax and shaping it instinctively, in a flash. The work exudes ineffable energy and strength.


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Satin bronze with a black patina and a mirror polish on the edge

Size 51-52 adjustable up to 53-54


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