Indus Coin Stud | Brass Gold Plate
I N D U S C O I N S T U D
A collaboration with the National Museum of Australia, Inspired by Indus Seals, 2500 - 2000 BCE, Found in Ur (modern Iraq) and Afghanistan.
The Indus civilization covered over 500,000 square kilometers of what is now Pakistan and neighboring parts of India. This vast civilization was forgotten for over 3500 years, the Indus seals remained. Carved in steatite (soapstone) and used to create impressions in soft clay, the marks on seals like these are yet to be deciphered, still they hold the clue to learning more about the Indus society - Brass Gold Plate
B R A S S G O L D P L A T E
The metal of the Sun and prized throughout history, gold has been coveted by civilizations worldwide for its myriad attributes. Positively charged with solar energy, it has been referred to in ancient texts as a ‘master healer’ and used to balance energy fields, purify and balance the heart chakra and actualize intrinsic potential. The most noble of metals and believed to be a generator of energy and remover of blockages, gold promotes warmth, lovingness and spirituality.