Feel the roar of the ocean waves from this nautilus wave in sterling silver. Modernist silver is perfectly aligned in a Fibonacci spiral, channeling math and the music of the universe to carry you on your way!
If you chose math as the language to describe the delicate spiral in a seashell – or the perfect progression of notes in an octave – you’d use the Fibonacci Sequence to do it. It’s the expression of a Knight’s Tour on the chessboard, and the motion of the planets in their heavenly orbit. This sequence describes so many things that are beautiful in the world around us… Is it any wonder that it describes this sterling brooch as well?
This nautilus wave design measures approximately 60 mm parallel to the clasp and 40 mm from curve to curve . That translates to approximately 2.25 inches by 1.6 inches at the swell of the wave. The back is marked .925 and it weighs 9 grams. This piece is hallmarked TM-135 indicating that the artisan was making in Taxco, Mexico. Our jewelry is polished by hand; No corrosive solvents or dips are used.
**Our fine jewelry is always boxed for shipping.**
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