Clint has made a very ingenious ring out of my parents' old gold. The tricoloured Tahiti-pearl seems to fall through the hole in the triangle shape and rest on my finger. That suggestion makes the ring very captivating.
Clint explained to me she can do only two things with melted old gold: she can either cast a ball or she can roll a sheet. When opting for the former the gold quality is of no importance. When opting for the latter it is important. The quality of my old gold (wedding rings) made it possible to make a rather large ring.
That's exactly what I wanted: a whopper of a ring. The ring should become so large and beautiful that it would reconcile me with the loss of the old shapes and symbols. We had to make it a bit more extravagant, so I wouldn't regret it. And we succeeded splendidly.