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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.  

 

This necklace is the counterpart of Loss Collection. While in the Loss Collection, the silver was oxidized to symbolize the darkness of the loss, in the Found Collection, the silver was polished into brightness to represent the light at the end of the tunnel, when we persist through the darkness. The triangular cone points to the direction of our heart, where the faith resides.

 

Materials: Silver, 18kt gold, fresh pearl. Handmade in Florence, Italy.

See our "Story" and "Artistry" pages to learn more.

Found Necklace Big

£780.00Price
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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.

     

    If you have special occasions that need the jewelry sooner, please contact us at info@lessayeur.com after placing your order. We'd like to do our best to accommodate your needs.