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MACABREGADGETS (Kiev, Ukraine)
£170.00€203.00, $278.00, ¥28,301.00
Available in various ring sizes. Please state your preference (16-21mm inner diameter) in the comment box during the checkout stage.
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Macabre Gadgets is inspired by the infernal aesthetics of the dark side, which is inherent by the worldview of mankind at all times, epochs and styles, from the early Middle Ages to progressive postmodernism. Macabre mood of subjects is embodied by cutting-edge materials. For the production of accessories, polymer plastic has been used because of the exceptional strength and durability of the material. The rings in this collection are encrusted with tin metal and semi-precious stones. Please note that the stone size and shape may vary from the product picture. All rings are handmade.
According to the legend, on the night of the summer solstice, residents of Carpathians committed an ancient Pagan rite - they went to the forest to seek out a fern flower that bloomed only once a year and only in the night. Legend says the possibilities of this flower can only be compared with the possibilities of the philosopher's stone. Nevertheless, searching for the flower is dangerous. Along with the happiness, eternal life and wealth that the fern brings, you can face the dangers: demons, forest spirits and evil spirits... Death is the flip side of the flower. In this blossom is woven life and death - the opposite sides of human existence, eternal themes that have always interested people's minds. Carpathian is a vision of the fern flower theme, quintessence of the Carpathian mysticism and the infernal side of the Carpathian mythology, Paganism and Christianity, life and death, naturality and artificiality. Geometric shapes, organic lines and textures combine to provide an allusion to the mountain landscapes, wild forms of the Carpathian forests, wooden sacral architecture that has its roots in the forms of Pagan temples and gothic architecture.