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Resilience Cigar Band

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Resilience Cigar Band

Description

 

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold this Cigar Band is fused with black enamel and symbolizes Resilience. Resilience. Wild, abundant, and untamed, the blossoms are fed with passion and continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity. But we can't separate the flower from its thorn. The Thorn is the risk we assume for something we love, for living life fully without reserve.

Details
  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Champleve enamel: an ancient enameling technique in which troughs are cast in gold and filled with vitreous enamel. The piece is fired until the enamel fuses with the gold and is then polished until smooth.

 

Handcrafted in 18-karat gold this Cigar Band is fused with black enamel and symbolizes Resilience. Resilience. Wild, abundant, and untamed, the blossoms are fed with passion and continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity. But we can't separate the flower from its thorn. The Thorn is the risk we assume for something we love, for living life fully without reserve.

  • Handcrafted in 18-karat gold
  • Champleve enamel: an ancient enameling technique in which troughs are cast in gold and filled with vitreous enamel. The piece is fired until the enamel fuses with the gold and is then polished until smooth.

Resilience

This piece is derived from the Resilience Tenet. Because it is worth pursuing a life filled with blossoms which continue to bloom, even in darkness, against adversity.  Below are the symbols and their meanings.

  • Blossoms Wild, abundant, untamed, these flowers are fed with passion and continue to bloom even in adversity. Blossoms still bloom in darkness when tended.
  • Thorn The thorn is a symbol of the risk we assume when we follow our hearts because you can't separate the blossom from its thorn. A juxtaposition of beginnings and endings, sorrow and joy; dark and light. Shown with a background of resilient dark blossoms.
Learn more about the different tenets