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Laser Etched Here & Now symbol on Cherry wood, hand finished, light weight with blue bling.
A symbol for the idea of being here and now. When you see this symbol, it will work as a reminder for you to become aware of this present moment.
You can see a symbol of a water drop. This is the most often used metaphor to represent the idea of mindfulness.
This water drop symbol is presented in a kind of mirrored way. because this is time – past and future, both are illusions, stay centered in the present.
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Due to the nature of the designs and how they are crafted, there will be slight variations in design, markings, color, size from what may be shown in picture, but only slight.
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Cherry wood has very interesting characteristics because of small gum pockets, pine knots and figures that are commonly seen in cherry wood. Cherry wood grain is more subdued than other hardwoods. Did you know it comes from the rose family?
Stacey Reeve is a Canadian native who has set his roots in the valley of the sun and is the lead designer for JnE Labs LLC. He has earned a reputation for designing unique hand crafted jewelry and household items using a variety of mediums including wood, metal and glass. By day Stacey is software developer, but his true passion will always remain in creating one of a kind designs for his loyal clients. Stacey has been featured as one of the highlighted artists at Plaza Studio where he quickly gained fans of his work who continue to wait for his next coveted creation. As a favorite artist among many local dancers, Stacey incorporates genuine Swarovski Crystals in many of his wood design earrings to give his pieces an added touch of feminine glamour. He believes deeply in representing and supporting all cultures and beliefs, so symbols are often found in his work to appeal to a wide variety of clients. His work never disappoints.