Geometric Shapes Jewellery
In geometry, a shape can be defined as the form of an object or its outline, outer boundary or outer surface. Everything we see in the world around us has a shape. We can find different basic shapes such as the two-dimensional squares and circles, or the three-dimensional rectangular prism and sphere in the objects we see around us, such as windows, coins and more.
Geometric shapes have become a favoured inspiration for jewellery design. The clean shapes and lines make the jewellery easy to match and pleasing to the eyes, and the right geometric jewellery can add a perfect balance of edge and elegance to your everyday wardrobe staples!
Below are some jewelleries inspired from geometric shapes.
A square is a two-dimensional closed shape with 4 equal sides and 4 equal angles as 90 degrees. Its opposite sides are parallel to each other. Square inspired jewellery typically look “cleaner” and more minimalistic and are great for daily wear.
A circle is a round shape figure that has no corners or edges. In geometry, a circle can be defined as a closed, two-dimensional curved shape. Circles are one of the most common shapes used in jewellery design, partly because of how versatile it can be despite being so simple looking. Interlocking two circles and adding a dancing stone to the centre of a circle are just two creative ways that incorporate circles into jewellery design.
Speaking of common shapes, heart shape is the other most common shapes seen in jewellery. As jewellery are often used as token or gifts of love, many people like to choose heart shapes to signify the love they have.
Star shapes are the least minimalistic looking shape, with its five-pointed sides and many angles. They can be a cute jewellery design to have and to wear. To some people, star jewellery have meaningful symbolism, such as guidance, motivation and good luck– or can simply be used to tell someone 'you are a star'.
3-D or 3-Dimensional shapes are solid shapes or objects that have three dimensions (which are length, width, and height), as opposed to two-dimensional objects which have only a length and a width. Jewellery with 3-D shapes can add a pop of fun and uniqueness to a look!
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