Design theory rings project

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Design theory rings project

  1. 1. Rings.
  2. 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. 3. Platinum Silver, sterling and fine
  4. 4. Types
  5. 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. 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. 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. 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. 9. Styles..
  10. 10. Knife edge shank
  11. 11. Half round band (platinum): Flat band in 925 silver:
  12. 12. Oval signet ring: Solitare :
  13. 13. Components:
  14. 14. shoulder: shoulshoul dersders
  15. 15. Shanks:Round shank
  16. 16. Triangular shank: Triangular shank
  17. 17. Square shank: Square shank
  18. 18. Setting:setting
  19. 19. Inside (for engraving) insid e
  20. 20. Gallery: Gallery
  21. 21. Settings:
  22. 22. Clustersetting: Solitaire setting
  23. 23. Swisssetting: Channel setting:
  24. 24. Tube (collet) setting: Tube setting
  25. 25. Pave setting:
  26. 26. Tension setting:
  27. 27. Prong setting:
  28. 28. Claws:Six claws Four claws
  29. 29. Bezel setting
  30. 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. 31. Thank you

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