This wedding ring was created using an old hand-crafting technique called “millegrain.” A “thousand grains” adorn the surface and accentuate the brilliants embedded in it. This creates the appearance that the precious stones really are floating in a bath of grains.
The grains of the millegrain hold the sparkling stones securely in place. They protect the brilliants from the side while still allowing in enough light for their fiery glow to emerge.
Even back in antiquity, the elaborate millegrain technique was used by the Etruscans to adorn gold jewelry.