Cast in solid silver the piece is finished with a darker oxidised tint to show off the unusual textures – each one a unique shade of silver-grey with tinges of blue and pink.

This striking cast ring exploits how fluid silver flows to form droplets, ripples and ribbons. On an intimate scale, it is part of a collection inspired by the larger experiments of American land-artist Robert Smithson. In the 1970s he poured asphalt, glue, rubble and other materials upon quarries, buildings and hillsides as comments on natural chaos, decay and geological forms.