Rings That Rock and Roll. Kinetic Jewelry By Michael Berger.

above: Stainless Steel kinetic ring with 14 brilliant cut diamonds

Most kinetic (moving) jewelry is downright ugly. But these modern rings by Michael Berger are definitely an exception. Geometric shapes in brushed and polished golds or stainless steel, some set with fine gems, diamonds or Tahitian Pearls, sit upon the finger like little moving sculptures. I love how the shanks are all unusually shaped as well.

The Johannasberg born and now Germany-based Berger assisted and worked with Friedrich Becker (1922-97), the inventor of kinetic jewellery, for many years before he began designing his own.

Stainless Steel:

Stainless Steel and Stainless Steel with Peridot:

18k gold with 12 brilliant cut diamonds:

18k gold with 12 brilliant cut diamonds:

Stainless Steel or 18k gold with a Tahitian pearl:

Blackened Stainless Steel with 18k white gold and 12 brilliant cut diamonds:

Blackened Stainless Steel with 18k white gold and 14 brilliant cut diamonds:

Stainless Steel with Mandarin Garnet:

Peridot in stainless steel and blackened steel:

Stainless Steel with and without Citrine:

Stainless steel and 18k gold:

Tahitian pearl rings and combinations of stainless steel and 18k gold:

Goldsmith Michael Berger:

some of his rings on display:

Atelier Berger
Michael Berger
Columbusstraße 16
40549 Düsseldorf

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