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Southern Cross


According to one legend, the constellation Southern Cross appeared in the sky at the moment when death descended to earth. Each of us, at certain periods in our lives, faces situations where calmness is not about peace or tranquility, but about the smell of death and the associated primal fear that penetrates to the bones on a physical level, but is not always understood on a mental level. When it seems that life has stopped, nothing is happening, and there is no external reference point indicating the way. As if you are in the middle of the open ocean in a boat with torn sails, and not the slightest breeze or seagull’s cry gives hope for escape. Meanwhile, the whole world is rushing somewhere, and you are alone with your loneliness and calm that smells of hopelessness.


Tired of internal torment, self-flagellation, and endless doubts, you stop resisting and delve deep into yourself. In this depth, accepting the death of your past beliefs, you discover the Southern Cross - an internal compass based on your true values and desires. It never errs because it is true and genuine; it shows the way according to the desires of your soul.


The Southern Cross ring symbolizes that very inner compass, remembering which fills a person's heart with calm and their mind with crystal-clear clarity, and there is no reason to fear even in the face of death.


The materials:

  • 925⁰ Silver.

  • 585⁰ gold.

  • Topaz, natural coral.


Excluding VAT |
  • Sergejs Studzinskis & Maija Antipova

  • Sergejs Studzinskis believes in Sartre's existentialism, which posits that individuals independently imbue life with meaning in an inherently meaningless world.

    Mistake serves as the path to evolution.

    Navigating an erroneous trajectory, perceived as such by the ordinary, is his method of personal and artistic development, even if its significance wasn't initially clear.

    Through this reinvention of his life and art, he constructs his own world.

    Drawing from the traditions of symbolism and crafting allegorical jewelry whose meanings aren't always immediately discernible, he has always aimed to preserve the secret essence of his personal dialogue with art. It represents an idealized simulacrum, embodying imperfection at its core.

    Today, Metamodernism permits a new sincerity, allowing the expression of emotions through collaborative creation with fellow artists. This enables him to present a raw essence devoid of masks and veils.

    His art revolves around jewelry, focusing on small forms and intricate details.

    When selecting gemstones, he favors those that exhibit flaws, as he perceives the beauty in nature's unique imperfections, its distinctive signature.

    For him, this process is meditative, fostering self-discovery and embracing authenticity. It's about acknowledging that what's typically seen as imperfect is, in fact, the essence of both himself and others. By boldly incorporating imperfection into refined and elite forms, he establishes it as the foundation of his style.

    Introducing imperfection into jewelry art becomes an Aesthetics of meaningful rebellion!

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