Lapponia ring by Björn Weckström with fantasy cut citrine by Bernd Munsteiner, from the 1970s

AU$1,890.00

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Björn Weckström, the jeweller, and Bernd Munsteiner, the stone cutter, collaborated during the 1970s to produce brilliant Brutalist jewels for Lapponia in Finland.

This symphony of gold evokes images of the setting sun on ice and rugged rocks for me.

The fantasy cut citrine marries perfectly with the sculpted 14-carat gold ring surround.

There is a chip near the top of the stone. If you zoom in on the first picture you can see it.

I wouldn’t normally buy a piece with a chipped stone but examples of these jewels are so rare that I made an exception.

It helps that the design is elaborate and free form – the eye does not readily read the flaw.

This has been allowed for in the price.

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• Handmade in 14-carat yellow gold
• Natural citrine cut by Bernd Munsteiner
• Size approximately 7 1/4 or O, but easily resized free of charge
• Face of ring is approximately 18mm (nearly 3/4 inch) tall, 13.5mm (just over 1/2 inch) wide
• Weight is 7.4 grams
• In good vintage condition: there is a small chip on one corner of the citrine
• Will come in a Karen Deakin gift box (my antique boxes are not for sale)

Please examine the photographs carefully – they form part of the description.

I’d be very happy to send more information and images. Layaway available.

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