torafu architects: gold wedding ring
‘gold wedding ring’ by torafu architects all images courtesy the designers
japan-based design firm torafu architects has developed ‘gold wedding ring’. the jewelry piece gradually transforms as the thin exterior coat of silver plating rubs away to reveal a gold band underneath. the creative agency tells designboom that the ring band actively portrays ‘the time shared between two people’ as the individuals wearing the set displays this passage of time through the wear and tear. ‘gold wedding ring’ has been developed in both rounded and squared bands as the 18 carat gold may be unveiled in either set of dimensions. the piece is available at deux poissons in tokyo, japan.
the ‘gold wedding ring’ collection in full
as time goes on, the gold interior begins to shine through the silver plating
rounded rings in various sizes
two rings from the square collection
two bands are stored in a rectangular book
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