This diamond ring is a standout piece amongst a standout collection – the Fault Line collection by Jennifer Dawes. This collection references Kintsugi, a Japanese art from in which breaks and repairs are treated as part of an object’s history. It is called golden joinery. Fault line is inspired by the art of kintsugi and is a celebration of our faults and imperfections. This piece features a 1.57ct diamond with a banner, a vein, joinery of gold adorned with white diamonds.

materials: solid 18k yellow gold, 1.57ct opaque diamond, .04ct white diamond fault line, custom ring sizing available

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About the Artist

Jennifer Dawes has known since the age of 18 that she wanted to be a metalsmith. The first moment she touched the material and learned how to manipulate it, she had a transcendental experience that would forever shape her. She created Jennifer Dawes Design in 2000, a life-long dream of making and producing her metal art. Jennifer Dawes Design rose to the forefront of the green movement in jewelry in 2005, around the time she had her first child. “Becoming a mother was the most meaningful and spiritual experience I have ever known. It changed the way I perceived the future and showed me how important it was to be committed to a socially and environmentally responsible lifestyle.” Since then, Dawes only uses recycled gold and responsibly mined stones wherever possible in her work. The company prides itself on making everything locally and sourcing using sustainable businesses that use recycled products. “I want to add something to this world, not take it away.”