Aeternum debuts its Mourning jewelry line which is intended to give those who are grieving a death and overcoming loss "something to hold in times of sorrow."
The pieces, which inherently communicate calm and offer some sense of comfort, are designed by Austrian artist Ninja Evangelist—the founder of Aeternum. The life-cycle of the mourning jewelry is intended to be a lengthy one. The piece is to be worn by a person throughout their life. Upon that person's death, the object becomes a sentimental heirloom for the family.
Ninja Evangelist has included a number of silhouettes as part of her mourning jewelry collection. A number of pendants with embellished finishes are made available, featuring a high-quality combination of metalwork and precise cross-stitch techniques.
The mourning jewlery is on display during VDF, the Virtual Design Festival
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