The Gearing is a unique spinner ring. You can wear it alone, or use it as a component in a larger piece of jewellery to work a mechanism. This versatility drove all of the First Edition ideas for Armet jewellery, and we continue to use it in some of the newer pieces as well.
Where it all began. When Dylan Puddu approached Jeff de Boer and Dave Sangra they began developing and manufacturing the Gearing based on a hand-built prototype by Dylan.
Will it fit?
To add ease to buying Gearings, we have supplied the inner diameter of the rings here as an aid to what the sizes represent. Why? Throughout the world, there actually isn't a single consistent sizing chart that everyone follows, so the real dimensions should clarify what we are offering (particularly if you have a means of measuring your fingers or rings you currently have, such as a set of calipers).
Inner Diameter in mm:
Size 6: 16.65mm x 16.65mm
Size 7: 17.25mm x 17.25mm
Size 10: 19.6mm x 19.6mm
Size 11: 20.4mm x 20.4mm
Size 14: 23.1mm x 23.1mm
- For most of our jewellery you can choose between our thick brass gears for some weight, or thin gears in either brass or anodized aluminum. We have the full rainbow, plus black and white (clearcoated aluminum) for anodized aluminum.
- We use stainless steel, anodized aluminum, and brass as our materials. They can stand the pressure put on the gears better than traditional precious metals like gold and silver.
- We can make our pendant gears in silver and gold, but we cannot do that with the Gearings because of the complexity of their creation.
- The gears do interlock and will spin together at your touch! (but not on their own)