There are a total of seven spiral ring design rings on this page.
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sterling silver, 18k gold, blue topaz, diamonds
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, facet cut peridot, sea glass
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, facet cut citrine, artist cut glass, pearl
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, facet cut peridot, pearl
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, facet cut amethyst, facet cut garnet, sea glass, pearl
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, opal, facet cut green tourmaline, pearl
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, facet cut garnet, facet cut peridot, artist cut glass
sterling silver, 18 karat gold, amber, facet cut garnet
sterling silver, 18 karat gold,opal, citrine, garnet
One of the Gregory Pyra Piro style rings are the spiral rings, which are shown on this page. The spiral rings are similar to the Piro band rings shown on our band rings page with the exception of their shank design. The base shank in the rings are made from sterling silver, which have 18k Gold accents soldered onto them. The gold accents are shaped in free form by melting gold wire while it is soldered over the sterling silver base. The spiral rings like other Piro rings have faceted gemstones including; amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, peridot, and tourmalines for the center stones or the main gemstones, and some rings occasionally may have precious gemstones for the melee stones such as; white sapphires, blue sapphires, rubies, diamonds, or emeralds. The melee stones usually are no larger than 2 to 3 millimeters in size but they are still real natural stones. The gemstones in the rings are combined together in a unique way with artisan handcrafted jewelry elements such as; pearls, glass, sea glass, amber, and sometimes ammonite. If you see ring style number #1980 on this page the rings has a combination of a faceted peridot gemstones and pearls, and ring style #2050 has a combination of faceted amethyst, faceted garnet, a pearl, and green sea glass. Such combinations make Gregory Pyra Piro jewelry really unique. On this page unique combinations of gemstones can be found combined together with glass for spiral rings style numbers 120 and 360, opals in spiral rings style numbers 5689 and 110, sea glass for spiral rings style numbers 9642 and 2050, and amber for spiral ring style number 8714.
Designer jewelry by the Piro Group and jewelry designer artist Gregory Pyra Piro in sterling silver and 18 karat gold includes pieces such as bracelets, watches that are also bracelets, and many other combination pieces like ring pendants, which double up as both pendants and rings, stack rings, and rings of many different shank base designs like the band rings, nature rings, c rings, spiral rings, square rings and petite rings. Piro can make matching earrings or any other pieces that will make sets if requested. The art jewelry designs by Piro have a special unique mix of facet cut semi precious and facet cut precious stones where one can see amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, tourmaline, and small diamonds with materials such as opal, ammonite, amber, glass, sea glass, mother pearl, and pearls.to check your ring size
The spiral ring is one of Piro style of designer jewelry pieces. The spiral rings are 100% original master handcrafted pieces. They can be made in multi metal of sterling silver and 18 karat gold, or all gold upon request. The combination of gemstones can be creatively mixed. For example, amber with facet cut garnet in spiral ring as shown in #1000, or glass with facet cut gemstones in spiral rings #360 and #120, or sea glass with amethyst and garnet like in spiral ring #2050, and opal with facet cut gemstones and pearl like in spiral ring #110 and spiral ring #5689. These are just some of the combinations that can come with spiral rings.
Piro Spiral ring #1980, a peridot ring, (image above) is in sterling silver and 18 karat gold with facet cut peridot and pearl.
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The jewellery you see on our website is not just a picture animation. It is real and it is an animation of something that is real. The artist who is making it is also a real person. Because the jewellery is unique it is very different than what you would see normally in any store. Therefore it must be appreciated for that it is unique. The jewellery is meticulously handcrafted. But the most important thing is that it is unique and handmade by an artist. One of the unique characteristics of Gregory Pyra Piro art jewellery are the combinations of natural gemstones together with amber, opal, pearls, glass, and seaglass. On the left you may browse through the many jewellery styles of Gregory Pyra Piro art jewellery.