Wonther Number 2 Necklace
Wonther Number 2 Necklace
Wonther Number 2 Necklace
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Wonther Number 2 Necklace

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Your identity is your sense of self. It's the storyline of you, the memories, and the expectations. It's the people who surround you. Each initial and number carry personal meaning for each one of us. Choose yours.

NUMEROLOGY

There are two sides to every coin, and the other side is where the Dyad lives. Two is the otherworldly shadow, opposite, polarised, and objectified. It is there, other, that not this, and essential as a basis for comparison, the method by which our minds know things. There are countless names for the divine pair. To the Pythagoreans, two was the first sexed number, even and female. To develop their appreciation of twoness, they contemplated pairs of pure opposites, such as limited-unlimited, odd-even, one-many, right-left, male-female, resting-moving, and straight-curved. We might also think of the in-and-out of our breathing, positive and negative charges in electromagnetism, and real and imaginary numbers.

BRAND

Wonther believes that true shine comes from materials with principles that they are proud of. Wonther only uses materials from suppliers certified by the Responsible Jewelery Council, whose origins we know respect human rights and the environment.

MATERIAL

925 Sterling Silver 24k gold plated. Finishing: polished.

DIMENSIONS

Diameter: 15 mm. Weight: 1,7 gr.

ETHICAL STANDARDS

The use of organic and natural materials is essential in all of our lines, ranging from fashion to beauty. Our designers are committed to sourcing the most ethical materials possible, with an emphasis on low-environmental impact and longevity.
Our designers are as committed as we are to the concept of minimal waste. In order to reduce waste, they use upcycled materials, including scrap and repurposed materials from discarded goods aiming at minimising the flow of waste into landfills.

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