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Landside ring in red jasper

by Jo Baker


A unique artwork that reveals the spirit of silver and red jasper in a new light.

A stunning silver-plated metal ring, showcasing eruptions of crushed red jasper set in resin and encased in electroformed silver. A unique artwork that reveals the spirit of silver and stones in a new light.

This attention-grabbing ring celebrates the organic and chaotic nature of minerals and metals, in homage to American minimalist and landscape artist Robert Smithson. Like a rock formation, it is a unique piece with fascinating detail wrought by uncontrollable forces.

copper ring shank electroplated in 925 silver, with red jasper stones set in epoxy resin


Copper, Red Jasper, Resin, Silver

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Also by Jo Baker

Jo Baker

Jewellery Designer

Making jewellery allows me to explore and express my love and curiosity for materials, natural processes, textures and forms in a tactile and sensual way. I have always been fascinated by the natural world and studied physics and astronomy; including spending 10 years in astronomical research working in the UK, Australia and the US; and landscape architecture. I currently work as an editor on the science journal Nature as well as writing books.

My current collection pays homage to American minimalist and land artist Robert Smithson. Drawing on his landscape-scale sculptures of poured asphalt and mirrors, geology and crystals, it explores the technique of pouring molten silver onto wire rings, frames and stones. The pieces exploit serendipity and chaos. Most are one-offs never to be repeated. They reveal silver’s fluid character.

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