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Ancient Egyptian Cadenza

Ancient Egyptian Cadenza

Some ancient Egyptian cadenza…. A 14k Horeb Unification pendant. http://www.ka-gold-jewelry.com/p-products/horeb-unification-gold.php This piece was designed by Milton Thompson and it won David’s jewelry design contest. Here is what Milton wrote about the design: “I designed this as my Egyptian trinity, incorporating the left eye for mind, the right eye for body, and the ankh for spirit in the third eye position. I included a representation of a Died column and three holy conical breads of white powdered gold.”

March-April jewelry design contest winner – Odin’s knot

March-April jewelry design contest winner – Odin’s knot

I’m proud to present the latest jewelry design contest winner: Odin’s knot by Kai Mock. Here are a few words about the design: “Odin, the cheif Norse God hung upside-down in a tree for nine days and nine nights in order to discover the Runes, the path into knowledge and prophecy for human beings, sacrificing himself for knowledge. Odin’s Knot, or the Valknut, simplified can be drawn with one stroke, making it wonderful for protection. The three triangles and nine…

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November – December 2007 jewelry design contest winner!

November – December 2007 jewelry design contest winner!

Hey everyone! I’m happy to announce the latest winner of my jewelry model design contest and also the last winner for 2007 – Mystical thoughts of Inner Dreams. This model was designed by Aez Bernal and here is what he wrote about it: “Are you searching for something? is there something in your mind that you want, but you dont know what it is..something that you feels fulfilling.. This Pendant symbolizes, an Icon of a Lizard that promotes dreaming or…

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Peace is on it’s way – Winner of my jewelry design contest for July-August

Peace is on it’s way – Winner of my jewelry design contest for July-August

I’ve chosen the design “Fish” by Naeeme Ghafoori Seydani from Iran as the winner in my jewelry design contest. Here is what he wrote about the design: “My country (IRAN) is a dry place so in my culture water and everything that is related to water is holy; fish is a symbol of life, food and moving. And also it is a symbol of attracting love. This necklace is used to bring luck for love and marriage, finding a good…

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May-June contest winner

May-June contest winner

The winning model for May- June contest winner is “Tombola” Designed by Javier Hernandez. Javier’s description for the model is: “Eternal motion of the physical and spiritual realms. The inverted axis on each circle represents that life’s eternal motion is never random. Nothing happens by accident. Life’s events are filled with purpose. There lies the meaning of life. “ Javier will receive an implementation of the model in gold 14k (5 in silver). Congratulations Javier!!!

Phi – Jewelry pendant

Phi – Jewelry pendant

This pendant was designed by Joe Zastrow who won David’s jewelry design contest of February-March 2007. It contains one of the methods to sketch the Golden Mean of Phi (1.618….). It also contains (on top) the Greek letter Phi, representing the divine proportion. Phi is a constant value which is even more mysterious and profound in its implications than pi (3.14…). Like pi, phi is a number with no arithmetical solution – The decimals just keep on going into infinity…

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