“The Beauty of a Jewel beyond its Consumption”
The obvious elements that make a valuable jewel as we all know are metal: gold, platinum, titanium, silver, carats, weight, cut, the rarity of gems and finally the designer or the jewelry house to which the designs belong.
Others aspects not so obvious as background, history, time, place, status identity and believes that the jewel/s represent.
The Not so Obvious:
And then comes our favorites, the ones that are not so obvious at all beyond the means of acquiring wealth; jewels are beautiful for their aesthetic because are the representation of man’s aspirations to reach perfection in form, design, and color.
Jewels, jewelry is beautiful because are the perfect portrayal of symmetry, order, and progression from nature to men in perfect repetition, approaching us to those characteristics that we know just belong to the universe.
Designing jewelry, dreaming perfection, be able to appreciate and sometimes wear these masterpieces, to be given and received with love. Being part of that perfect moment or our best in life, maybe is the closets way to the start, the universe, the cosmos, to the best in us, and God forever, for generations in family, society and history.
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Jewelry in Article:
Peacock Ring by Damiani.
Ring by Eddie Borgo.
Bracelets New Barocco by Roberto Coin.
Necklace by Tony Duquette.
Ring by Kimberly Mc Donald.
Cuff by Fabio Cammarata.
Earrings by Fernando Jorge.