By Bali's Nyoman Rena, this glorious ring depicts bold sunflowers. The artisan works in silver to create the band, detailing foliage and petals with sterling textures. Polished onyx centers the original design.
Making use of his carving ability, Rena combines it with his silver work.
Nyoman Rena was born on October 11 as the third of five children. His father is Made Beratha and his mother is Ketut Sukarti. Young Rena started to learn wood carving when he was in the third year of elementary school. His grandfather, an architect of traditional Balinese buildings who is also a senior carver, gave much support to Rena's carving and jewelry development.
After graduating from elementary school in 1983, Rena was introduced to a famous silversmith in his village by his father. Since then, Rena began learning to craft silver jewelry on Sundays. Making use of his carving ability, Rena combines it with his silver work. He believes that one day his silver crafting will invite the interest of costumers worldwide. He is also studying English so that he can easily communicate with his contacts from foreign countries.