Partum Opus

We organised this unique competition to provide people sitting at home with a creative outlet through which they can explore their horizons. As we wanted to encourage a freedom of expression and perspective, we did not keep any material restrictions or design limitations. 

The response was outstanding and it was humbling to see the global impact of this crisis. We received many innovative designs with compelling stories. 

Check out these cool designs below and show your support for the artists by liking them on our instagram page.

The piece with the most likes will be declared as the winner on 17th May and we will manufacture it on a per order basis. 


'Lotus': Pendant by Jhankar Bansal (India)


Lotus has been the foremost inspiration of the design. This beautiful flower grows out in the mud and so we are stuck in the mud of lockdown waiting to bloom. The quality of the flower depicts peace and serenity like the world around us. The petals send a message of individuality present in togetherness.


'The Guardian Angel': Pendant by Vadim Kachan (Belarus)

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The pendant consists of angel wings and hands holding a heart.


'Collective Strength': Earring and pendant by Taraneh Lashkary (Iran)

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There is a proverb in Iranian culture that expresses the importance of unity and teamwork, little drops of water make a mighty ocean.

This design has been made to portray the radiance of life. The drops represent human beings and the fish symbolise life. The waves of sea and pearls are indicative of our ultimate goal - if people are together and united, we can achieve anything and overcome the coronavirus.


'One world': Necklace by Surya Matthew (France)

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This necklace symbolises our mother earth, I was inspired to use lapis lazuli beads to represent the globe.

The medical workers (who have been saving our lives) are symbolised by the use of pearls around the pendant to represent their white coats. 

The golden beads represent the souls of people who have died due to the pandemic.

The golden clasp represents divine hands bringing an end to this tragic situation we are facing all over the globe.


'The Sword of Hope': Broach by Hector Mendoza (Saudi Arabia)


This broach is meant to represent a symbol of strength and unity as one sword of hope destroying covid-19. 


'Internal Strength': Pendant by Priyambada Mishra (India)


We are currently facing an enemy that we cannot see. To prevent the spread of this pandemic, we need to listen to our leaders and stay at home. 

The triquetra is a symbol of hope and unity. The interlocking trinities are surrounded by three symbols of the current crisis: health, home and the virus. 


'Yin and Yang': Broach by Komal Nagdeo (India)


The design reflects the way every person is banding together to cope with the situation, which is represented by the white gold hand structures. 

The imagery of 'Yin and Yang' denotes of duality of life. It reminds us that there will always be ups and downs, joys and challenges. 


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