Islamic ring creation for men
Follow the creation of a men's ring representing the third holy place of Islam.
For those who are interested in Islam or the history of the three major monotheistic religions, you have certainly heard of the mosque Dome of the rock built in Jerusalem.
The big signet ring that we present here is a faithful reproduction in solid silver and 18k gold of this Muslim religious building.
The ring body and the building are reproduced in solid silver while the dome, covered with fine gold leaf on the real building is here represented in 18-karat solid gold.
Islamic men's ring in silver and solid gold
This is a particularly delicate creation because it was necessary to rebuild the mosque in CAD and then make the ring in three pieces by 3d printing them.
With a total weight of 35 grams, the ring includes about 1 gram of 18k gold.
This project has been made through our custom creation online service.
If you have a similar project as an Islamic ring or Muslim symbol you wish to make in jewelry, get in touch with us through our online form here.
The design of the mosque
Our work began with the gathering of photos and information about the architecture of the mosque allowing us to take the measurements of the walls and to respect the proportions of the dome in relation to them.
Details of walls and dome
Once the measurements were taken, we were able to move on to CAD design itself.
Our goal was to keep all the external details apparent.
This drawing shows the main features of the ring and all the details of the mosque
This large ring consists of three welded pieces
Making of the Muslim ring
Then follows the foundry work, where parts made by 3d printing are used to make molds in which gold and silver will be cast.
One of the three pieces of our ring, in sterling silver
The ring and tray of our signet ring out of foundry
Following the foundry operations to manufacture our metal parts, we still have to deburr them and assemble them by welding.
Careful polishing allows us to shine the ring of all its lights.
The silver is oxidized then polished so that all the details stand out
View from another angle of the mosque ring
Here is an example of other jewelry on the theme of Africa or Egypt that we had the opportunity to realize in our workshop: