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Piece of the Week: ARK’s Rainbow Destiny Necklace
It’s a colorful take on a shape found in nature.
Jewelry designer Ann Korman often depicts ancient spiritual symbols in her line, ARK Fine Jewelry.
Her latest creations reference even older symbols, recreating patterns found in nature.
The “Destiny Necklace” is one of several pieces to feature a spiral, which Korman explained is commonly seen in shells, plants, minerals, and even weather formations.
Korman has imbued the pattern with her own spiritual meaning, however, noting that it can represent the journey from outward consciousness to inward enlightenment.
A powerful personal totem, the rainbow version of the Destiny Necklace is rendered in 18-karat gold with 1.65 carats of diamonds and a milieu of colored gemstones including sapphires and garnets.
Priced at $2,400, the style is available on the ARK website.
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It begins with a “t” and ends with a “c” and is imbued with warmth and positivity, Peter Smith writes.
The tiny capsule, which is believed to have fallen out of a truck, was lost somewhere along an 870-mile stretch of desert road.
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