The Basic Fundamentals of Monogram Art in Jewelry DesignsCheryle Baviera
Our prestigious jewelry firm is a notable expert in crafting jewelries with the so-called monogram art. The basic fundamentals of monogram art in jewelry designs is the overlapping or the artistic merging of two letters in order to form a symbolic feature. The said artistic product can combine the unique name of a particular company that is often used as a logo. Historically, these were first employed on coins as early as 300 BC. Furthermore, the earliest known samples of monograms are the famous names of Greek cities and these were in the same way utilized as signatures by both artists and craftsmen respectively.
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Monograms were signed on their priceless paintings, sculptures and even on expensive furniture pieces during the ancient times. A famous example of a monogram serving as an artist’s signature is the “AD” used by Albrecht Dürer.
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Over the years, the basic fundamentals of monogram art have been applied in the introduction of a Christogram. A Christogram refers to the name of Jesus Christ to beautifully signify Christian symbols above anything else. The IX monogram consists of the initial Greek letters of the name “Jesus Christ. Similarly, the IHS monogram inscription that denoted the first three letters of his majestic name became more than just a jewelry insignia.
Meanwhile, royal monograms talk about the names of monarchs during the early days. These were made possible to creatively correspond to an organization’s name of a given kingdom. Additionally, these have commonly appeared on coins and police badges among others. See image below.
Ultimately, the basic fundamentals of monogram art have been exquisitely adopted by the prolific artisans of VY Domingo Jewellers Incorporated to provide our millions of customers the best fashion statements in any kind of jewelry that they wish to order from our friendly distributors in and around the world.