In joy and sorrow — wedding rings made of white gold and silver
There is nothing new under the moon, and we are in constant amazement at every turn of our lives.
Leo Tolstoy once said that one of the common errors consists in this, that people are considered good, malicious, stupid, intelligent. Man flows on and every possibility is in him: he was stupid and has become intelligent; he was wicked and has become good, and the reverse. In this is the greatness of man. And therefore it is impossible to judge a man as he is. You have judged him and he is already another.
A man can be joyful or depressed, good or bad, happy or sad. He brings no ambiguity, as well as in the whole world no identical faces or fingerprints exist.
The world is so beautiful: for someone it is a heaven or paradise, for the other — a complete torture and a wall of misunderstanding. We have no right to judge the others, but living to the fullest and shaping every day a better version of ourselves is our only right.
We find beauty both in joy and sorrow, because the brightest dawn follows the darkest night.
We admire how deep and diverse a man is, bringing all the wealths of the world, full
of life in all its manifestations.
Wedding rings from the «In joy and sorrow» collection represent the human duality. One part is gold, lush, bright, saturated with a soft sunny pattern and a delicate delight of summer. The other part is silver, cold, like autumn, represents sorrow and unrest in one’s heart.
A gentle shadow of a blue sapphire unites them in eternal marriage — neither bright, nor dark, neither sad nor joyful, neither light nor dull. The spiritual and constant constant is our soul, the essence of the inner world.
The indicative price is for a pair. The final cost depends on the size of rings.