This is a stylish silver ring by the Scottish jewellery designer, Chris Lewis.
He released his beautiful pieces in Scotland in 2003 with an eye on the international market.
In 2004 the first collection for men and during the evolution of the brand a formidable list of clients was developed including Harvey Nichols and Selfridges in the UK.
After two years of growth - he achieved a reputation for his quality silver designs in the US. He soon moved his company overseas to Queretaro in Mexico - where exceptional silver had been made for generations.
His is a very unusual and unique silver ring designed by Lewis - it comes in its original box and is stamped with maker's details inside the ring hoop, as photographed.
In more recent years - he has his work for sale in up-market retails concessions at the Scottish Parliament and in the National Galleries of Scotland. He has won numerous awards such as the Best at Show at the Scottish International Trade Show. Lewis continues to sell well in the international marketplace where he is renowned for his innovative jewellery designs and his craftsmanship in silver jewellery.
His is an early ring designed by Lewis when the company was based in Mexico - it looks to the Mexican practice of inserting malachite stones and agates in their designs. It also looks like Lewis's more geometric, plain silver pieces in the "brick" range that he produced later.
The ring has three graduated bands with red stones - and a thick hoop. It would fit a UK finger size P / Q. I have taken photos of the rin on a ring holder for your inspection.
This is most probably a unique vintage piece - I have never seen another ring by him in this design.
A fair price for an interesting vintage ring by this celebrated Scottish jewellery designer.