- Vétheuil gold ring
- Materials: brass, Gold, Stones
- Finishing: 18k Gold plating
- Stones: Geode druzy
- Size: adjustable
- Weight: 5 g
- Protective and hypoallergenic nano-ceramic electro coating.
* Every piece of this collection is handcrafted individually from natural stones, therefore, every piece is unique and will have its own distinctive natural variation.
This enchanting ring with glimmering geode stones captures the frosty and intense, predominantly black and grey palette of Monet’s - Vetheuil, The Church in Winter, 1879. Monet was fascinated with light and its changing effects on the natural environment. Here he conveys the mystery of an overcast winter day.
“For me, a landscape does not exist in its own right, since its appearance changes at every moment; but the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life - the air and the light which vary continually. For me, it is only the, surrounding atmosphere which gives subjects their true value.” - Monet
In 1878 Monet moved down the Seine from Argenteuil to Vétheuil, a small town on a bend in the river. Over the next few years he would paint Vétheuil from different points of view and in every season, as seen from the riverbanks, from the meadows, and from a boat he had arranged as a kind of floating studio.
In order to maintain the original aspect of your pieces for years to come, we recommend following the care instructions in our materials and care section.
* Please note for hygiene reasons, earrings cannot be returned nor exchanged