NatureVolve

SciArt jewelry honors Covid-19 survivors

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Seeing

the impacts of coronaviru­s on the community, jewelry-maker and scientist

Dayle Daines created ‘Coronaviru­s Survivor’ necklaces to honor those who have undergone the harsh impacts of the virus.

Dayle shares more science inspired examples of her jewelry with us here, including the geometric series shown to the right.

“The various items in the geometric series are a lot of fun to make, as the shapes can be sized and forged in a multitude of ways and the designs can range from very clean and straightfo­rward to fancy and embellishe­d with gemstones.”

 ??  ?? Top: Examples of the geometric series pendants. A. Rounded circle; B. Flattened pentagon fused to a hexagon; C. Rounded hexagon; D. Flattened elongated diamond set with a round 8 mm Amethyst cabochon; E. Flattened hexagon set with a lazy oval 8 mm x 10 mm Carnelian cabochon; F. Flattened elongated fancy diamond set with a round 8 mm Blue Chalcedony cabochon; G. Solid flat circle set with a 6 mm round Blue Chalcedony cabochon inside a rounded circle outline.
Directly above: Sterling silver DNA and RNA pendants. Natural carnelian, lapis lazuli and black onyx cabochons reflect the oxygen, nitrogen and carbon atoms, but can be changed to any other preferred stones. These are also available as lapel pins. Left: Dayle Daines, owner and maker at Daughter of Luna LLC and her trusty sidekick, Tucker.
All images: © Dayle Daines. All Rights Reserved.
Top: Examples of the geometric series pendants. A. Rounded circle; B. Flattened pentagon fused to a hexagon; C. Rounded hexagon; D. Flattened elongated diamond set with a round 8 mm Amethyst cabochon; E. Flattened hexagon set with a lazy oval 8 mm x 10 mm Carnelian cabochon; F. Flattened elongated fancy diamond set with a round 8 mm Blue Chalcedony cabochon; G. Solid flat circle set with a 6 mm round Blue Chalcedony cabochon inside a rounded circle outline. Directly above: Sterling silver DNA and RNA pendants. Natural carnelian, lapis lazuli and black onyx cabochons reflect the oxygen, nitrogen and carbon atoms, but can be changed to any other preferred stones. These are also available as lapel pins. Left: Dayle Daines, owner and maker at Daughter of Luna LLC and her trusty sidekick, Tucker. All images: © Dayle Daines. All Rights Reserved.

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