The Golden Dancer
A ring like a flexible sculpture that keeps reinventing itself.
Three rings swelling and flowing like golden ribbons of lava, curve into and around one another and dance to an enigmatic choreography. The version of DreamDancer BY KIM that is trimmed with diamonds even has an additional ring. Each ring can move independently of the others.
Only after the ring is put on the wearer’s finger do the individual rings seek and find their ultimate position. They become a sculpture that will once again look just a bit different the next time it is put on.
«It would not have been possible to make this ring with traditional technology. This complicated miniature work of art became possible through masterful craftsmanship combined with state-of-the-art CAD technology for creating a computer-controlled model animation», explains Anton Bichler, the workshop director at the Wempe studio in Schwäbisch-Gmünd.
And, as we all know, gold is especially precious today. As a logical consequence, gold has become a major fashion trend. According to the law of true connoisseurship, the more rare and valuable something is, the greater becomes the desire for it.
Blue, is the perfect brief for an organic design language and the idea of creating jewellery from apparently spherical elements that are slightly flatter at the poles, just like the earth. Develop a sensual necklace concept, which has now borne fruit in many individual pieces of jewellery – extending into combinable rings in rose and white gold, delicate chokers on which the Blu elements are strung rhythmically in almost casual style and into Blu Intermezzo, where dancing forms flow into a coloured gemstone drop.