Final Fantasy ring
The Final Fantasy game is very popular.
Not knowing the universe of this game at all, forgive me if I tell nonsense about this game.
The universe of this game seems to give rise to many creative projects in terms of jewelry designs.
In our case, this is a creation of our client that was inspired by a lion ring of the final fantasy game to create a ring of a winged lion.
Here are the details of manufacture in our jewelry workshop.
Winged lion ring inspired by the final fantasy video game via our online creation service
The ring is composed of a simple ring on which is engraved a lion's head with his mane, wings with his feathers and finally a wing that stands out in 3D from the ring.
For the realization of this project, we started from a digital model that our client provided us, allowing us to use the finesse of detail of the 3D printing to reproduce the wings with its feathers.
View of the CAD model in photo mode
We printed this design, removed the lion head which was not realistic then by the lost wax casting process, produced this silver ring.
Silver ring with wing and feather detail produced in silver from the digital model of our client
The lion's head is carved by hand in a piece of wax.
Lion's head being sculpted
Our wax sculpture is then made of silver, by the lost wax casting process once again.
Our ring with wing and the lion's head in silver before assembly
The lion's head is then soldered to the ring.
This photo shows us the detail of the feathers of the wing after the setting up of the lion's head by welding.
The silver ring after solder in place of the lion's head
We then have to make wings that will emerge in 3D from the ring.
A sketch is first made with a saw and a file in a shaped silver plate.
It is then adjusted to the ring.
Placing the wing on the ring
It is then filed down and adjusted to give it more finesse.
The ring is then oxidized and polished to bring out all the details.
View showing lion's mane and 3D embossed feathers
Detail view showing the feathers of the wing
Zoom on the lion's head
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