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Design theory rings project

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  • 1. Rings.
  • 2. Materials usually used in the production of of rings:Precious metals are usually used in conjunction with precious stones. gold: Yellow gold: Red (24ct yellow 14ct ring. gold engagement White gold: ring) 18ct wedding ring
  • 3. Platinum Silver, sterling and fine
  • 4. Types
  • 5. wedding bands:The wedding band became a symbol of marriage inancient times. Wedding bands were considered a giftfrom a man to a woman as a symbol that he trusted
  • 6. Engagement rings:An engagement ring is a ring indicating that theperson wearing it is engaged to be married. Engagement rings are traditionally worn
  • 7. Promise rings:Rings have been used to seal promises since the beginningof time. Traditionally, the promise ring is given for virtually any type of promisemade between two people – either romantic or platonic. One such ring was the
  • 8. Signet rings:Signet rings have been used to affix personalidentification marks and stamps of approval to documents throughout history. They were usually wornby people of great importance
  • 9. Styles..
  • 10. Knife edge shank
  • 11. Half round band (platinum): Flat band in 925 silver:
  • 12. Oval signet ring: Solitare :
  • 13. Components:
  • 14. shoulder: shoulshoul dersders
  • 15. Shanks:Round shank
  • 16. Triangular shank: Triangular shank
  • 17. Square shank: Square shank
  • 18. Setting:setting
  • 19. Inside (for engraving) insid e
  • 20. Gallery: Gallery
  • 21. Settings:
  • 22. Clustersetting: Solitaire setting
  • 23. Swisssetting: Channel setting:
  • 24. Tube (collet) setting: Tube setting
  • 25. Pave setting:
  • 26. Tension setting:
  • 27. Prong setting:
  • 28. Claws:Six claws Four claws
  • 29. Bezel setting
  • 30. References: websites:•www.larsenjewellery.com.au•www.voltairediamonds.ie•http://www.diamondsource.co.za•www.myczrings.com•www.mplevene.co.uk•www.prizedpetsintl.com•www.bemainc.net.com•www.jewelry22.com•www.amazon.com•www.diamondringsindia.wordpress.com•www.eterniti.co.za•www.weddingbands.org•http://solitairerings.blog.com•http://rowlandcain.wordpress.com
  • 31. Thank you