For as long as I can remember, I have been fascinated by cars. As a child, I used to play with the Matchbox cars I had from my dad. Then I collected Turbo rubber cars. When I was older I used to assemble sports car models - hence my passion for details.
One of the brands that was always around was Jaguar. They made not only luxurious limos, but also the craziest sports cars, and are well known for belonging to villains with bases carved out of a glacier or hidden on a desert island.
Jaguars were not only luxurious limos, but also the craziest sports cars, they had an interesting history and belonged to villains with bases carved out of a glacier or hidden on a desert island.
Some time ago, Mr. Wojciech ordered a man's Jaguar ring. The project was quite personal to me, so I went for it. The ring is carved in yellow 14k gold. The modern shank tapers upwards, flowing smoothly into the tail of the Jaguar. The cat jumps into the air beyond the outline of the ring. Its silhouette counterbalances the raw, matte finish. The speckles and eyes of the jaguar are made of 120 black diamonds with a total weight of 0.50 ct.