The classic plain gold ring on my hand really didnt fit for me. It was too thick and too similar to the ring of power and decided to design my own ring. I wanted something elegant but different with a bit of symbolic references.

As a sailor and a sea dreamer I thought that ropes simbolize bonding and strenght. So, the ring shape is composed by a couple of rope strands, turned together on the top apex of the ring resembling relationship and intimacy. Cima ring is designed to revolutionize with elegance the old traditional engagement and wedding ring in a unique way.

Designed by Giuliano DANSKY D'Angelo and produced by OROPAMA' jewelery workshop in Toscana. Today you can request and buy this ring, contact us for more informations.

OROPAMA' jewelery workshop

In the creations of OROPAMA' there's a connection between design, crafts and history. With over 30 years of laboratory experience, produce jewelery inspired by the secrets of Etruscan techniques that once were diffused in central Italy and mediterraneo. Cut, embossing, engraving and granulation: the famous technique which used tiny gold spheres to assemble wonderful decorative surfaces. The skilful use of materials such as raku ceramics and etruscan bucchero, joined with gold, the result are creations of great originality.

OROPAMA' has been involved in important exhibitions in Italy and abroad, works are published in prestigious journals and industry publications. Some collections are inspired by Etruscan art and have themes such as classical mythological figures: the Gorgon, Pegasus, and subjects inspired by coins. Themes revived on earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets in gold and silver also restyled with a modern twist.

OROPAMA' jewelery workshop

Nelle creazioni di OROPAMA’ si crea un legame tra design, artigianato e storia. Con oltre 30 anni di esperienza di laboratorio, vengono prodotti oggetti d'oro che traggono ispirazione dai segreti delle tecniche etrusche e che anticamente avevano grande diffusione nell’Italia centrale e in tutto il mediterraneo.Traforo, sbalzo, incisione e granulazione: la famosa tecnica delle gocce d’oro che consiste nel saldare minuscole sfere per ottenere meravigliosi motivi decorativi.
Con l'utilizzo sapiente di materiali come la ceramica raku e il bucchero, uniti al metallo nobile danno origine a creazioni di grande originalità.

Durante la sua attività OROPAMA’ ha partecipato a importanti esposizioni in Italia e all'estero, le sue opere sono pubblicate su prestigiose riviste e pubblicazioni di settore. Alcune collezioni sono ispirate all'arte etrusca ed hanno come temi figure mitologiche classiche: la Gorgone, Pegaso, e soggetti ispirati dalle monete antiche.Temi che rivivono poi su orecchini, collane, anelli, bracciali in oro e in argento rielaborati anche in chiave moderna.