We are happy to announce the reopening of our Model design contest. You are welcome to submit the design you always dreamed of or to propose your favorite symbol. If your design is selected David will create it and you will receive a 14K jewel of your design. The model design contest will run continuously until further notice and a winner will be selected every three months. So, if you were not selected once you still have a chance to be selected next time.
Reopening of our Model Design Contest
Proposed by Suzy Baiz.
Snakes were sacred to the Aztec because they symbolized their feathered serpent god, Quetzacoatl, which was the most important of tall Aztec deities. It has also been theorized that the snake's ability to shed its skin each year may have represented renewal and transformation. The snake also symbolizes power and strength and because of its ability to move freely between water, earth and trees, it was seen as an intermediary between the different layers of the universe - the Underworld, the earth and the sky.
“I designed this as my Egyptian trinity, incorporating the left eye for the mind, the right eye for the 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.”
Designed by - Milton Thompson
Odin's Knot Pendant
Odin’s knot pendant is the symbol of the god Odin which appears in Nordic mythology. The pendant is composed of three triangles joined together. Odin’s knot is based upon a well-known geometric symbol called Borromean rings – a structure related to geometrical mathematical equations that encompass the whole creation.
The pendant is based upon a design made by a designer named Kai.
Sri Yantra Pendant
The structure of the Sri Yantra pendant is one that provides abundance, beauty, and balance between male and female and between spiritual and material.
Yantra is a mystical Hindu concept that describes a structure or diagram used to balance or focus the consciousness in order to achieve spiritual comprehension. Wearing the Yantra as a pendant or observing a picture of it is intended to endow one with mystical or spiritual abilities.
Norse Amulet Pendant
This amulet was made for the purpose of finding your own path of freedom and focusing on your own inner fire throughout your life's journey. This amulet's design is inspired by Viking culture. The Vikings pioneered trade, exploration and colonization of new lands for over 300 years before any other European power.
Designed by - Florence MAQUET
Submitted by: Suzy Baiz.
The structure in this pendant is called a Tesseract or A hypercube. It is the four-dimensional analog of the cube; the tesseract is to the cube as the cube is to the square. Just as the surface of the cube consists of 6 square faces, the hypersurface of the tesseract consists of 8 cubical cells.
The Tombola pendant was designed by Javier Hernandez. Javier described the pendant in the following words: "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."
Phi pendant 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.
Plato went so far as to call the phi ratio the “key to the physics of the cosmos”.
The Phi pendant was designed by Joe Zastrow
"The first numbers of the Fibonacci Series (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, and 8) joined to form a solid chain, with the 0 serving as the eye of the pendant." The Fibonacci sequence is the mathematical basis for so many occurrences that exist in our world.
This Fibonacci sequence pendant was designed by Gary Meisner
Ana Becoach Circle Pendant
The combination of Ana Becoach is hidden in the first 42 letters of the book of Genesis (From the word BERESHIT to the word VAVOHOO). The letters are translated using a secret kabbalistic calculation.
Designed by Eleyor Snir
Thank you for reading
David and Ka-Gold Team