Despite loss of freedom under house arrest, Galileo dedicated his time to one of his finest works, Two New Sciences. In this masterpiece, he summarized work he had done some forty years earlier, on the two sciences now called kinematics and strength of materials. The book was initially published in Holland to avoid the censor. As a result of this work, Galileo is called the "father of modern physics”. No matter how much we have lost, as long as the faith exists, in the end, we will still find where our hearts belong.
The black ebony is the universe, in honor of Galileo - the watcher of the sky. The diamonds are the stars that consist of the Little Bear. The pedant is the Venus, in memory of Galileo’s observation of the phases of Venus in 1610. The stone on the upper right side symbolizes Jupiter, in memory of Galileo’s discovery of Jupiter’s four moons.
The necklace is not only the new universe discovered throughout Galileo’s life, but also the universe of a revolutionary spirit, who dares to challenge the status quo and embrace a future of possibilities.
Materials: 18kt gold, oxidized silver, ebony, ematite stone, amber, fancy diamonds. Handmade in Florence, Italy.
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Found Necklace (Little Bear)
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Each piece of L'Essayeur jewelry is an artwork delicately handmade by Italian sculptors and artists, so please allow us 21 working days to make it perfect for you.
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