About the Book
This updated version of the book, "Fitting Rings," provides numbers of additional examples showing multiple ring sets made by Keith Farley that so very closely and intricately fit together. His exquisitely designed configurations of multiple rings intended to be worn together might best be thought of as the embodiment of the extraordinary. Spend some time browsing through this volume and enjoy...
Features & Details
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Aug 31, 2011
- Tags precious metal, wedding set, wedding ring, engagement ring, gemstone, gems, gem, rubies, ruby, sapphires, sapphire, diamonds, diamond, pink, rose, white, yellow, precious, metal, palladium, platinum, gold, multiple, set, designer, design, wedding, engagement, rings, ring, jewellery, jewelry
Raised in Colorado; educated at Washington University in St. Louis (BFA) and University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (MFA); Keith Farley was trained as a traditional contemporary metalsmith whose work was influenced by Heikki Seppä, his mentor. Working in metals and jewelry for over thirty years, he has developed his own unique style of embedding and hiding precious jewels, combining metals and creating objects of delight. Keith’s jewelry and other metal objects have been sold internationally, are in private collections, and worn by those who value finely crafted, highly individual works. Keith works in his studio in Northern Kentucky just outside Cincinnati, Ohio.