This wider resin ring has color all the way around, which changes in tone as it flows among the silver dots. The photos show the various sides of the ring as the color changes.
The dots themselves are actually spheres which are attached to the silver base and rise up through the resin. This technique, called granulation, is used to create ordered patterns of texture and depth. The Ancient Greeks were masters of granulation and applied it to a wide variety of jewelry forms.
The pattern is one of regular lines of dots stacked in a set of five. Although the spheres are evenly spaced, at closer inspection you can see they are all slightly different in placement. Some are farther apart together than others, some are larger and so on.
The ordered pattern reminds us to concentrate on a specific situation while maintaining awareness of related issues and events. When we focus specifically on one point, we tend to think of that event as singular. Yet, at the same time, we must also be aware of many other factors.
These points of silver give us a fresh perspective. Our deeper understanding of individual actions and events helps us to see the larger context of our whole lives. This aids us in our intentions. The lack of borders on this style shows us that we can be open to other possibilities, even as we focus on the many priorities.
The pattern of this ring can bring a calm focus in the chaotic, modern world. The small silver spheres can represent different kinds of meditations, from quiet contemplation to regular physical exercise.
The subtle reminder is to bring all your resources to the present moment, while acknowledging your journey. In that way, you can see what is true in your life, one point at a time.
This very limited ring comes in two color choices, Blue-Green and Spring, which has Green, Yellow, Orange and Pink flowing together.