Sebka Rings

These rings were made to order in sterling silver. Decoratively the rings are formed by a weft of sebka, a rhomboid lattice of chiseled pieces interlaced together. Inside it houses a texture made from molten silver powder.

Thesebka, from Arabic shabakameans network. It is a decorative element used in architecture characteristic of Islamic art. It forms an oblique grid, like a rhomboid geometric interlacing, which covers walls, arches, walls, baseboards ...

In the excavations carried out in theAlhambra At the beginning of the 20th century, some ceramic fragments in relief appeared that were assembled to form a sebka cloth and that today, after being restored, can be seen in the Alhambra Museum.