The Queen Ring highlights the landscape of your fingers by diminishing points of convergence. White diamonds starkly contrasted to blackened metal, this ring toys with light and shadow. Playfully using two silhouettes, that hover between metal and flesh.
Queen is named after Ellery Queen, from the Dannay and Lee books. He is a New-York based writer who specialises in mysteries and helps his father, a police investigator, with solving murder crimes. Queen is depicted starkly different across the books, and hence uses varying methodology to solve crimes. However, he maintains a composed, practical outlook across his crime-solving.
About the collection:
State Property's inaugural collection of fine jewellery, Substate, is a collection that strikes the balance between functionality and aesthetic. Substate explores the idea of highlighting parts of the body, particularly in a contemporary visual context of materiality and fashion. This invisible background of this collection Substate is the human body, taking conceptual reference to how jewellery completes voids on the body. Explore the subtle statements here.
18K Black Gold with White Diamonds
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