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Corrinne Eira Evans Moorland Bracken ring



UK Size: R

Materials: 18ct yellow and white single mine origin gold and a 'Misfit' company portrait cut green sapphire 2.21cts

Method:  Handcrafted

Care: To clean rub gently with a cloth



The Moorland Bracken Ring is an opulent piece of jewellery hand-crafted by Corrinne Eira Evans at her Dartmoor studio. Its design reflects the colours and forms of Evans' surrounding landscape. The ring exhibits a unique seven-sided 2.21-carat Misfit Sapphire, glowing in a golden green hue with a pooling citrus orange centre. The band is meticulously crafted from 18ct SMO (Single Mine Origin) Gold with a white and yellow alternating link detail on its reverse. Each link is soldered closed to ensure a secure and luxuriously soft, slinky feel.



About the Artist

Corrinne Eira Evans is a contemporary jeweller who draws inspiration from the landscape of Dartmoor. Her designs emphasise tactility with fluid chainmail, singular stones, and handcrafted forms that contour the body. 

Evans carefully selects materials and finishes that reflect her natural inspirations. Irregular, faceted gemstones tell the story of rugged topography, while oxidised silver, titanium, and gold are layered in a multi-hued landscape.

Chainmail jewellery is a signature of Evans's work, where individual links are woven together in a fabric of metal, simultaneously intricate and sculptural. Every chainmail piece has an irresistible sense of tactility and motion, moving fluidly on and with the body. Corrinne Eira Evans’s jewellery reinvents an age-old heritage craft into a dynamic wearable art form.

Corrinne Eira Evans Moorland Bracken ring



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