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Navigational Aid of the Past
The constellation Orion is named after the Greek mythology hunter, Orion. The way the stars are oriented in the night sky makes Orion easily recognizable, simply look up and try to find three stars in a straight line – this is Orion’s belt. To the left of Orion is Sirius, because every hunter must have a dog, right? Throughout various cultures in history, people have written about and drawn this constellation into their history, literature, and art. And finally, Orion can be used as a way to navigate the skies, its “belt” and “club” pointing to other stars. Own Orion for yourself or purchase it for a friend. It’s a great gift for astronomists, space scientists, stargazers, and starry-eyed science students.
- 925 polished sterling silver
- pendant width: 21 mm, length: 18 mm
- silver chain with lobster clasp (ø 1.8 mm, 45 cm)
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In a world where art and science often exist in separate realms, our "Curiosities" collection serves as a harmonious confluence. Drawing inspiration from an eclectic range of scientific phenomena not covered elsewhere. Each piece is meticulously crafted to evoke a sense of wonder. It's jewelry that doesn't just adorn; it educates and fascinates, sparking conversations about the lesser-explored but equally awe-inspiring facets of our universe.
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