THE LEDA RING IN SWAN
LEDA IS INSPIRED BY ISAMU NOGUCHI’S WORK OF THE SAME NAME, AN ANNULAR ALABASTER SCULPTURE MADE IN 1942. IT WAS ONE OF THE FIRST PIECES HE CREATED WHILE BACK HOME IN GREENWICH VILLAGE, AFTER HIS INTERNMENT IN ARIZONA.
LEDA MEANS JOY AND HAPPINESS IN GREEK.
THE LEDA RING IN SWAN IS A MILKY WHITE GLASS RING
Considering the twist shape of the glass, sizing is approximate.
*please feel free to message us with any sizing questions.
Each glass ring is unique in form, due to its hand-fired nature. Resilient and suitable for everyday wear, please protect your piece from sudden impact or force.
A portion of the proceeds from leda will go to the immigrant history initiative, which focuses on asian american stories of immigrant diaspora.
LEDA COMES IN THE FOLLOWING COLORS:
SWAN: MILKY WHITE