Product Code: #064
Arabesque floral motif on a silver chain bracelet with an amethyst stone.
Silver is rhodium plated
Bracelet length 19cm
Arabesque motif is 3.5cm long
This collection pays homage to the ‘Arabesque’ in Islamic art: the application of interlacing geometric forms with sinuous forms of foliage and flowers. The geometric forms constitute an infinite pattern in composition, extending beyond the invisible material world, symbolizing the infinite and therefore uncentralized nature of the creation of the one God
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