DHI - GOLD PLATED RING, STRUCTURE RUDRAKSHA (AS51)

DHI - GOLD PLATED RING, STRUCTURE RUDRAKSHA (AS51)

Manufacturer Rudra
Product code AS51
Availability In stock
Materialgold plated
Productring
Price € 104.00
Quantity
Product description

DHI - Silver gold plated ring with theme of Rudraksha seeds, to put on finger from the back

As 925/1000, gold plated finishing

Size: 4 cm, weight 10.7 grams

Handmade ring with silver motive of Rudraksha seeds, DHI in Sanskrit means WISDOM

Jewelry MOOYYY is wrapped in luxury paper box

MOOYYY - my jewelry, my passion...

RUDRA COLLECTION

The Rudra collection is inspired by a seed called Rudraksha. The collection perfectly captures the characteristics of an evergreen tree seed called Rudraksha (Elaeocarpus ganitrus). It reflects the positive energy that emanates from it, underlines its natural beauty and transmitted on wearer of the jewelry. It rejuvenates, brightens  a mind and increasing power of an intuition. It will become your nature. It merges with your unique self, recharges you with life energy.  Designed with love and composure. The author Anna Steinerová was nominated for the Designblok 2015 award in the jewelery category for the Rudra collection.

Anna Steinerová - EN

Anna Steinerová  
A former student of K.O.V. on Prague’s VŠUP she attended a number of foreign internships where she brought a lot of experience she uses in her work. She expresses her thoughts and artistic view through a dainty, easy-shaped object, which works as a piece of art either worn on your body, or laying on a table desk.  For Rudra collection she was nominated on Designblok 2015 Award and won a visitor’s award for author’s project KAAWA on  Design Supermarket 2014. A single coffee bean could be transformed in a real piece of art under hers hands. Same as the sancted Rudraksha seed is the base for her Rudra collection designed for MOOYYY.

 

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