Diamond Ring Drawing
Technical drawing of an engagement ring by Ivy Teong. Round brilliant diamond 1ct as the main stone. Supplement stones include small tapered and round diamonds. Top, front, side, perspective views were outlay. This design inspired by flying disc geometrical shapes and symbol of love.
Why engagement ring? The tradition believed started back ancient Egyptian and Rome times. You found the right one, your love of your life. The man will propose to the woman he loves with an engagement ring as a symbol of love commitment, basically if the woman said yes, she is engaged to you. It is convinced that a diamond ring directly reflected the longevity of their marriage as diamond is the hardest stone in the world ties with famous slogan “Diamond is Forever”. However, buying a diamond or choosing a wedding ring require some knowledge. Regardless the amount you invest on the ring, all you wish for is to get something significant representing the eternity of relationship. It is indeed an exciting moment until the big day comes. Choosing a ring is just an initial step in your upcoming new phase of life. Be sure you spend a little time for this memorable journey, enjoy every process till that day. If you need someone to take care one of your to-do-list, how to choose and design a ring, please do not hesitate to contact us for free consultation. Photo credit to Ivan Tan.
This piece inspired by the trees she saw near her house. After observing for a moment, she admired the outer and inner patterns of the these leaves that stacked together. As she always bring her sketch book along, part of designer habit or else she uses her mobile phone. She quickly sketched a piece of necklace. Rather a big one but can portray the volume of the leaves. Sketches and inspiration base on nature by Ivy Teong, Chief Designer.
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"Sharing is caring", by Ivy Teong, Chief Designer, Juwelen Design. She is also the author for juwelendesign.blogspot.my or ivyteong.blogspot.com