Colonia Guell Ring
This striking ring riffs on Gaudi’s unorthodox approach to architecture. It celebrates how he dispensed with detailed drawings and instead tested models with a reverse chain and weights. It also pays tribute to distinctive parabolic arches, which he experimented with at the church at Colonia Guell just outside of Barcelona and later perfected at La Sagradia Familia. The shank circling the finger on the ring is modelled upon four abutted parabolic arches and finished with a sprinkling of diamonds. An 18k gold wire structure on the top art of the ring echoes these distinctive arches, while embodied within it is a 2.73-carat emerald representing the heart and soul of the piece.