In the showroom: Nautilus Earrings

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The summer jewellery design competition is now on and people are beginning to submit their awesome laser cut jewellery ideas. DSCulp has submitted a design that caught my eye called Nautilus Earrings. The design was very much inspired by nature, he says “the nautilus has survived relatively unchanged for the last 500 million years and is known for its unique and beautiful shell. This shell presents one of the finest natural examples of a logarithmic spiral. This same spiral shows itself in the construction of storms, the arms of galaxies, the behaviour of insects and birds, the blooming of a flower and even the nerves of the human cornea. It is for this reason that it is sometimes referred to as ‘God’s Fingerprint’ and perhaps why it resonates so strongly as a symbol of beauty.”

I look forward to seeing some more inspirational laser cut jewellery designs as the deadline approaches. Find out how to submit your design here.

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