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“How obscure can we get with Yin and Yang?” - I thought. 

Or, is that thought an oxymoron? I guess, the entire essence of Yin and Yang is opposite parts and thus the relationship between the obscurity. 

Therefore, the further we look to distance from the traditional representation of Yin and Yang, is kind of a strange circular logic.

The unravel the point further; the core of the philosophy runs at evens with the dual nature of everything in the universe. Meaning, that the sheer existence of an object, requires the presence of an opposing force. As in, everything can be represented accurately in a Yin and Yang orientation and concept. 

 

For whichever reason, we have rarely design pieces with a direct association to Australian culture, flora or fauna. Don't know why, really. 

Maybe it's similar to the fact that whenever a lot of us ever get on a plane, we are strapped in for a minimum of 9 hours, backpacking a foreign earth and rarely exploring our own turf.

Being conscious of not wanting to be too familiar, generally takes our minds to the unrecognisable for the sake of being 'unique'. 

But in this instance, I'm here to make a change. For this design at least and maybe this design only.

Back to something we know. Close to home. Not in the daily lives of most of us, but a little homage. Our Yin & Yang. 

Crocodile Signet, intertwined with the tails coming through the centre sides. The scales of this design are the focal point - that prehistoric armour is an amazing fine detail.

Sobek Signet

Sobek Signet

$230.00

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