Browsed by
Category: Articles

Turquoise Jewelry

Turquoise Jewelry

Probably one of the most recognized semiprecious gemstones that exist, Turquoise has been popular since prehistoric times. Its name comes from French: Pierre turquoise, meaning “Turkish stone”. Turquoise has been mined for eons, since 6000 B.C., if not before then. Early Egyptians wore this semiprecious gem, and many Turquoise stones have been found in their tombs. The ancient Aztecs of Mexico believed Turquoise to be a holy stone making mere mortals not worthy of wearing it; Turquoise was reserved for…

Read More Read More

Protection Amulets

Protection Amulets

In many cultures around the world, amulets were used for protection. They were considered sacred and usually based on motives from that culture. Here are some examples of protection amulets from different cultures and concepts. Egyptian protection Amulets In Egypt, the eye of Horus was considered as a protective amulet. Funerary amulets often depicted the Eye of Horus and were used for protection and to ward off evil here and in the afterlife. Egyptians that were traveling by water would…

Read More Read More

What is Fertility Jewelry?

What is Fertility Jewelry?

Fertility is normally related to the birth of a child, but also with other concepts such as gardening, new ideas, creativity, and more. Fertility jewelry is made to awaken the forces of fertility in the wearer. Many fertility jewelry designs are based on sacred geometry and astrology ideas such as the Seeds of Life, the Fruits of Life, Metatron’s Cube or Venus as the goddess of fertility. Ka Gold Fertility designs are created by the Artist David Weitzman. Here are…

Read More Read More

Astrology Rings

Astrology Rings

An Astrological ring is a powerful magical object, which is created and consecrated under specific astrological configurations. These astrological timings as well as the materials (metals, stones, herbs etc.), the shape of the Talisman and the images and symbols carved upon it – all correspond with the intended power and purpose.   After the auspicious time for the talisman has been chosen, the Artist/Magus (David Weitzman) will assemble and complete the physical Talisman while concentrating on the intention and the…

Read More Read More

Cubic Zirconia Rings

Cubic Zirconia Rings

Cubic zirconia is a synthesized crystalline material. It resembles diamonds and can be colorless or have color. Cubic zirconia is usually flawless and hard. It is durable like diamonds and can be shaped to look like most diamonds. It is found in different jewelry but is most common in rings. Rings by the artist David Weitzman with Cubic Zirconia The Cubic Zirconia Rings below are designed by the artist David Weitzman. Each ring is designed with deep meaning and with…

Read More Read More

Article About Buckminster Fuller

Article About Buckminster Fuller

We’ve just added an article about Buckminster Fuller. These are some of my designs that were influenced by his genius. http://www.ka-gold-jewelry.com/p-articles/buckminster-fuller.php Like & Share This post:

Buddhist Jewelry category and article

Buddhist Jewelry category and article

In our last newsletter and few post back I reported two new buddhist jewelry items – The Dharma pendant and the Awakening pendant. Our buddhist collection is now large enough to give a new separate category page called: Buddhist Jewelry I also gathered some information on the origin of Buddhism and general description of it in the new article called: The origin of Buddhist Jewelry “My religion is to live and die without regret.” Milarepa  Enjoy David Like & Share…

Read More Read More

The Lost Symbol – new article

The Lost Symbol – new article

The new article discuss the power of symbols througout history. The golden ratio, Monad, The Pentad and more Click here to go to The lost symbol article Like & Share This post: