Hope Ring Ring by Leily Mehrabi and Sahar Mohammadi

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Hope Ring

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Ring

INSPIRATION:
The concept of this artwork is based on a fable from Attar of Nishapour, who was persian poet, Sufi, theoretician of mysticism, and hagiographer, born ca. 540/1145-46 .In one of hemistich of his poetry said: “… this, too shall pass”. In this poetry, a powerful king asked his contemporary wise men make a ring to make him hopeful when he is sad and make him aware wherever all the things go on well because those conditions are impermanent. “This too shall pass” was inscribed on the king’s ring referring all material conditions, whether good or bad, are ephemeral. The design of this ring is derived from the nature fact which revealing that the leafless branches in winter would be converted to the live seedling in spring. This nature-originated belief reflects the temporality of human conditions in life. changes are continual in the universe but what will pass is the bad & good situations and happenings.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Hope Ring deeply rooted in Persian culture. By this design, the designers emphasized on the concept of "Hope" which is inherently believed to be present by carrying a special stone.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
A Ring is a piece of jewelry. "Hope Ring" categorized in "Everyday Jewelry" and worn by women as ring. The message it transmits is inherently supported by the concept of "Hope" and "rebirth".

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project started in December 2016 in Tehran and finished in February 2017 in Tehran.

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
This product is 100% handcrafted. Production process included: Rolling work, sawing, welding, Soldering, polishing, stone setting, gold plating.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
Base metal: gold Dimension: Ring top plate: 12mm x 23mm x 4mm

TAGS:
jewelry ,hope ,ring ,handcrafted ,poem ,persian ,culture ,Attar ,life

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
In this project, We made a free research in the field of "Persian Poems" to prepare design specifications. we tried to reach the poem or story about Hope & Life & happiness. In this poetry “This too shall pass” This nature-originated belief reflects the temporality of human conditions in life. changes are continual in the universe but what will pass is the bad & good situations and happenings.

CHALLENGE:
This design is historically refers the concept of natural rebirth regularly appears in seasonal changes. According to a historical Persian tradition, Spring is a season representing the concept of "rebirth" and the winter is conceptually referring to the concept of "death" and "mortality";. All these concepts are represented in traditional symbols of Young Branch(Spring Hope) and Dry Branches (Winter).

ADDED DATE:
2017-06-28 12:47:41

TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Leily Mehrabi and Sahar Mohammadi

IMAGE CREDITS:
Leily Mehrabi

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Zarnic Jewelries and Fashion Accessories

PROFILE:
Zarnic Studio is a design and craftsmanship firm specialized on jewelery and fashion accessories. The design philosophy at zarnic is based on Persian design methodologies. The word "Zarnic" is a Persian word means "likely gold" in english.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Hope Ring Ring by Leily Mehrabi and Sahar Mohammadi is a Nominee in Jewelry, Eyewear and Watch Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Hope Ring Ring by Leily Mehrabi and Sahar Mohammadi is Winner in Jewelry, Eyewear and Watch Design Category, 2017 - 2018.



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