Sterling silver cremation keepsake pendant
Many believe that peace is the ultimate human instinct. The Peace Sign, as it is internationally known today, represents peace consciousness.
Infinite Peace is based on the symbol for peace that was designed by British artist Gerald Holtom. A conscientious objector during the Second World War, Holtom designed the symbol in 1958 as a logo for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, and protestors wore it on ceramic buttons during the campaign’s first major march in England. To create the symbol, Holtom superimposed the flag semaphore letters for "N" and "D" over each other to represent nuclear disarmament. Flag semaphore is a communication system used to convey information at a distance, such as between ships, by means of visual signals with handheld flags. Information is encoded by the position of the flags.
The design incorporates the Peace Sign into an Infinity Ring, thus transforming it into a symbol representing Infinite Peace. Those who wear the symbol are making a statement of a deeply held belief to all who see it, “I stand for Peace.”
Diameter: 1 3/16"
Infinite Peace was first created as a much larger kiln-fired ceramic sculpture. The sculptures was then translated the into a miniature "sculpture to wear", a keepsake pendant in hand polished sterling silver.
Each Infinite Peace comes with a beautiful sterling silver chain in your choice of a 16,18 or 20 inch length.
Also included: Polishing Cloth and Fill Instructions, with a Funnel Spoon and Allen Wrench to open the pendant's cremation ash receptacle.
Ships worldwide from Los Angeles, California for $5
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