Gregory Pyra Piro rings, called the "c rings" are called c rings
because of their shape of their shank. The C rings shank
design is in shape of a C when the rings are viewed from the bottom
or the top. They have a more contemporary look, a bit similar
to the geometrical shape contemporary art, which is seen in
contemporary art in sculptures. The C rings seem to have this
contemporary look, but to some people may seem to look like they
would be uncomfortable to wear. The C rings though are very
comfortable to wear and when they are worn one may not even notice
or feel that they are on. The inside finish of the C rings is
very professionally finished and they have a very smooth feel when
they are on. To those who are interested in look enhancement,
the C ring design if worn properly with the concave part toward the
knuckle, may even make an impression that one even has longer
fingers. So not only the C rings are comfortable, but they
even enhance your look. C rings, like other Gregory Pyra Piro
rings are made from sterling silver and 14 karat or 18 karat gold.
Upon special request, the C rings can also be made in all gold.
The C rings have a design with facet cut gem stones as center
stones. Usually there is one or two center stones such as:
amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, peridot, green tourmaline,
pink tourmaline, or different color tourmaline gem stones. If
the design has two center facet cut gem stones popular combinations
will have: blue topaz and peridot, citrine and garnet, or
amethyst and garnet, and sometimes the gem stones can double up as
two amethyst gem stones, or two blue topaz gem stones. The
side stones or materials, which in the C rings are also the main
part can be glass, sea glass, Baltic amber, or mother pearl, and
simpler designs can just have a pearl or pearls. The C rings
can be of almost any size needed.
Gregory Pyra Piro, Art Jewelry, C Rings
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Art Jewelry, Jewelry Artist Piro C ring #4950
sterling silver, ebony wood, 14 karat gold,
facet cut garnet, facet cut citrine, blue sapphire
Gregory Pyra, an international jewelry artist, has his work shown currently in museums such as the
Malbork Castle Museum, in
Malbork, and the
Amber Museum in
Pforzheim Jewellery Museum also had his jewelry artworks. In the past he has made pieces for the Royal family in
King Carl XVI Gustaf and
Queen Silvia in 1976 after his work was shown in
Tidö Slott, in
Sweden. Gregory had shows since the
1970's until the present in Europe, USA, Australia. His jewelry works
were published in books, which were printed in Germany, Poland, United
Kingdom, France, etc. Some of his recent made work currently is found
in galleries in the United States and Europe. His art jewelry is
something that is entirely artist created and not influenced by the market.
Gregory Pyra art jewelry, unique in a class by itself, is different than
anything in the craft movement in the UK, USA, and Australia, and different
than any mass produced jewelry. It is something that artist creates
completely on his own, and at the same time has superb quality. Today
Gregory Pyra, Gabriel Pyra, and Piro Group continue creating superb art
jewelry design pieces and also unique sculpture. There are many
designs available. Persons interested in Gregory's recent made
original works can contact the artist.
One of the recent Gregory Pyra Piro jewelry design
work is C ring #4950. The Piro ring is in sterling silver and 14 karat
gold but with a very unique combination of not only silver and gold, but
also ebony wood. The facet cut garnet, citrine, and small blue
sapphire are placed above the ebony wood, which makes the design very