The Eon signet ring in sterling silver is made using the sand cast technique by Albert Tse.

What is the sand-cast technique I hear you ask?

It’s where an impression (in the case the shape of the signet ring) is pressed into a bed of damp sand. Once the impression is left molten sterling silver is slowly poured into the indentation to form the basic shape of the ring. As the silver bubbles and boils as it hits the sand, air pockets are formed, and little parts of the sand fall away giving this ring its unique texture. After it cools a quick tidy up and polish is all that is needed to end up with a ring that looks as cool as this.