Artist Rebecca Rose gains popularity through the intricate designs of her sculpted rings, which are informed by "cultural iconography and allegorical narratives." Dubbed 'Sculpturings,' the pieces are not just wearable art, but an accurate account of society-specific issues. The thematic and symbolism in the sculpted rings is only recognizable upon careful inspection. Some of Rebecca Rose's miniature creations explore the notions of " xenophobia, misogyny, class warfare, homophobia, oppression and [even] vanity."
The sculpted rings are created, using the technique of the lost wax casting process. That is, the highly detailed imagery is formed, when a duplicate metal sculpture is derived from an original one. Rebecca Rose's sculpted rings have been presented both at jewelry showcases and galleries that put the thematic narrative of each piece forward.