Art. 129

When forming the cubically designed and strictly structured finger ring, Moritz was reminded of a North African kasbah he had seen from far away in his youth. The openings to the outside and inside as a contrast to the closed ring seem mysterious and leave questions unanswered. The ring was cast in a charcoal-heated furnace in the lost wax casting process known for about 6000 years, using recipes handed down through the ages. The surface of the ring was not reworked after the casting process.