Fusion Collection

FUSION 3piece Ring

18 kt. white gold, Diamonds

FUSION End Ring

From € 3.975,00
18 kt. white gold, Diamonds

Variations

FUSION End Ring

From € 3.975,00
18 kt. white gold, Diamonds

Variations

FUSION Centre Ring

From € 3.975,00
18 kt. white gold, Diamonds

Variations

From € 11.925,00
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Simultaneously breathtaking and graphic, this spectacular ring is formed from three organically shaped 18 karat white gold sections, each entirely pavé-set with brilliant cut diamonds, that interlink perfectly. Allowing you endless creativity, other pieces can be bought to replace each part giving you the chance to symbolise your own love story in a truly unique way.

Georg Jensen’s iconic Fusion collection, designed by Danish-born Nanna Koppel, allows the wear-er to narrate their own love story by combining the different elements of gold and gemstones in ways that have a special significance known only to themselves.

The ring is expertly crafted from 18 karat white gold and pavé-set with brilliant cut diamonds. The Fusion rings consist of both end and centre rings that can be combined in infinite ways. This ring combination is created by two end rings and one centre ring - the precision of the design enables the perfect union of the three pieces to create your unique ring.

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Specifications

  • Item number: Fusion-20000331-20000332-20000331
  • Materials: 18 kt. white gold
  • Stones: Diamonds
  • Brilliant cut diamonds, 0.66-0.99 ct and 0.63-1.01 ct
  • Measurements: W: 12 mm.
  • Design year: 2000
  • Collection: Fusion

Fusion

With its infinite combinations, Georg Jensen’s stunning Fusion collection gives the wearer the chance to write their own personal story. Superbly crafted rings fit together seamlessly to create pieces that have real emotional impact.

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Meet the designer
Nina Koppel

Nina Koppel studied textile design at Kunsthåndværkerskolen – Denmark’s School of Arts and Crafts. She graduated in 1966 and that same year established her own workshop. She began her collaboration with Georg Jensen in the 1980’s.