Yuki Mathwin – JAA design competition piece
Theme of eclipse
A little while ago there was an in-house design competition focusing around the theme of an eclipse.
An eclipse is the phenomenon of one entity passing in front of another. This “in-house” theme was based on an astronomical eclipse.
Inspiration behind Yuki’s piece
The black diamond represents the moon, the yellow sapphire represents the sun and the white diamonds are the rest of the stars in the night sky.
Be sure to visit and view Yuki’s piece while it’s on display in our gallery. Hers and many others are part of an ongoing Abrecht Bird Jewellers gallery with changing themes and pieces from past clients and designs for purchase.
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