These simple wire wrap rings are a delight - - they are fun to make and the variations seem to be endless. They look to me like something Roman or Bronze Age although the basis of the design came from my mother's engagement ring (which is neither of the above, I would like to point out!) - three diamonds set in a row. I wanted something simple and pretty - and affordable. I sell these for £20, no matter whether they are bronze or silver. Let me know if would be interested in a tutorial.
The design is not one I learned, but one that I came up with whilst trying to find a way to make a ring which did not sit too "high". So many wire wrap rings seem to stand up a long way from the top of the finger, and if I wear rings like that they tend to catch on things all the time, or the stone gets hit on to things when I am waving my hands around to illustrate something, so there is always a risk of breaking it.
I wear the bronze and amethyst version every day, (it looks very regal). One of my friends wears the silver and aquamarine version with matching earrings.