A dance of contrasting metals and diamonds
If you’ve seen Disney’s Fantasia (you must have!) you’ll know what I’m referring to when I talk about animated sound (that’s what I’ll call it, at least)—illustrations that Disney’s animators created to show the movement of music. This happens in a number of segments throughout the film but most prominently with Bach’s “Toccata and Fugue in D Minor”; lines and shapes bend and mutate to reflect the rhythm of the music, brought to life by its sound. I talk about this because it’s the first thing I thought of when I saw Hozoni Designs‘ earrings featured here. Their lines—in yellow gold and oxidized silver—dance together in such a fluid and spirited way, causing music to play in my head. The music is worthy of a ballet, with graceful movement and beautiful costumes. Throw in a dash of drama (thanks to the bezel-set black diamonds tucked into the lower portion of the pair), and this is one memorable performance—and it all happens right on someone’s ears.
Earrings in 14k yellow gold and oxidized sterling silver with 0.86 ct. t.w. black diamonds and 0.18 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,780Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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