Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities
Complex Synchronicities

Complex Synchronicities

Regular price $240.00
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Rings made from saw blades attached by gold solder. 

Sizes 5.5 , 5.75, 6.75, 7.25, 7.50 , 8, 8.50 

These rings cannot be resized and are one of a kind.


 

Specific Gravity offers unique items that are designed and fabricated by artists working in the studios of Brooklyn Metal Works or are part of our larger community, meeting our criteria of originality and quality of craft. Please keep in mind that each piece is individually made in a studio setting and features subtle variations in detail and finish from items photographed on our website.

Update

Specific Gravity has resumed production on serial items and can process orders for most pieces as well as those that are currently in stock.  There is still some delay due to COVID-19 restrictions. Your purchases will ship as soon as possible and orders will receive a confirmation email when shipped.

If you would like to place an order for custom work please contact us. Also note that we offer gift cards for future shopping and special occasions. 

Thank you for supporting independent artists!

MEET THE ARTIST
Sergey Jivetin

With an extensive background in metalsmithing, jewelry design, and engineering, Sergey Jivetin uses the skill set of a master craftsman to transform ordinary materials into potent conveyors of meaning.  His practice introduces miniature elements into unexpected settings to examine humanity's convoluted relationship with nature. The disappearance of Aral Sea in Uzbekistan, one of the greatest ecological disasters of the 20th century, heightened Jivetin's sensitivity to the preciousness of natural resources and their management.

Since coming to the United States in 1994, his practice has expanded from wearable pieces of jewelry to include experimental flatware, scientific and medical apparatus, sculptural objects and site-specific installations.