Iridescent Stackable Ring by Wolf & Moon
Iridescent Stackable Ring by Wolf & MoonIridescent Stackable Ring by Wolf & MoonIridescent Stackable Ring by Wolf & Moon

Iridescent Stackable Ring by Wolf & Moon


Iridescent Stackable Ring by Wolf & Moon

Made with a stunning fusion of wood and iridescent perspex and inspired by the strong, brutalist architecture and materials associated with the Hayward Gallery 

Unisex style.  Wear alone or in a stack. 

Available in three sizes:  S, M, L

Designed exclusively for Southbank Centre as part of the 'Let The Light In' campaign. 


As worn by Marc Almond for our campaign exhibition

All proceeds support our Let The Light In campaign to restore Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and Hayward Gallery to world-class standards.

Free delivery when you spend over £30

We also offer a click 'n' collect service from our Festival Terrace shop. All orders placed before 4 pm will be ready for collection by 12 pm the following day. Should you need your purchases faster please email and we will do our best to accommodate your needs. 

Orders will be held for 10 days before being automatically refunded .

Delivery Costs outside of the UK


Up to £50                  £7.50

£50 - £100                £10.00

£100 - £200             £15.00

Over £200                £20.00


Rest of World

Up to £50                  £10.00

£50 - £100                £20.00

£100 - £200             £30.00

Over £200                £40.00

As a starting point, Hannah from Wolf & Moon used the pyramidical windows that will allow natural light into the Hayward Gallery.  She utilised a simple triangular or prism motif for each design and focused on material to reflect the concept of the windows.  An iridescent coated acrylic was applied to some of the pieces causing them to chang colour when tilted in different directions. Gold mirror was used in other designs which brings a warmth to the pieces and evokes the image of a warm, golden light flooding through the windows.  Wood was employed as a contrast to the mirrored acrylic and reminiscent of the timber cast concrete used to build much of the Southbank Centre.