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«Lamb of God»

Gold Diamond Pearl Pendant


gold, black diamonds, pearls.

№ 753972

At times, jewellery transcends the mere allure of aesthetics, embodying profound symbolism and stirring emotions that resonate deeply within the beholder. The Lamb of God pendant, wrought in gold, is a testament to such transcendence. Crafted with meticulous precision, its subtle features reflect the beauty and complexity of the artistic vision brought to life by the master jewellers at the House of Lobortas.

In the realm of religious symbolism, the lamb is often a beacon of innocence, purity, and beneficence. Its gentle disposition and submissive nature inspire a sense of calmness and humbling. Moreover, the lamb, a recurring motif in art, literature, and mythology, symbolizes renewal, fertility, and the cyclical nature of life.

The pendant’s golden hue accentuates these symbolic associations. Throughout human history, gold has been venerated for its scarcity, purity, and timeless beauty, symbolizing affluence, prosperity, and divinity. By fashioning a pendant from this noble metal, the artists, and jewellers sought to imbue the piece with a sense of perpetuity and intrinsic worth.

The addition of a pearl bell to the lamb’s neck introduces another layer of symbolism and sensual appeal. Pearls, formed in the ocean’s depths, have long been associated with purity, wisdom, and femininity. Their luminescent sheen evokes a sense of serenity and sophistication, while the gentle chime of the bell resonates with themes of harmony and unity. The pendant’s black diamonds, shimmering with an enigmatic glow, harbour secrets within their depths, adding an element of intrigue and profundity to the piece. The precious Lamb of God pendant encapsulates the quintessence of purity, elegance, and mystery. The pendant’s golden radiance, the gentle chime of the pearl bell, and the depth of the black diamond eyes speak volumes about the enduring power of artistic expression, capable of inspiring and elevating the human spirit.

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