MOM, il gioiello Madre
MOṂ is an archetype-jewelry that contains elements of ancient philosophical disciplines rich in meaning that help protect, strengthen and facilitate the individual path in life.
It is inspired by the shape of the typical Sardinian button and evolves and is personalized, through the mastery of the designer and goldsmith, into an original and unique jewelry.
The philosophy of MOṂ is of syncretic art, that is, the conciliation of heterogeneous cultural elements belonging to distinct cultures and doctrines.
As a matter of fact MOṂ is a concentration of very strong conceptual archetype-symbols, containing besides the four elements, air, earth, fire and water.
The Mother Goddess is the main archetype of the Jewelry MOṂ.

The figure of the Mother Goddess or that of the Great Goddess, also called the White Goddess, is already present in Neolithic religions, symbol of great feminine creative force, she whom the Christians have identified in the Madonna, the Yogis have named Shakty, the Hindus Kali, and the Buddhists Tara. It is the archetype of woman as the most complete and authentic expression of femininity and as such of maternity as well.
The Great Mother has its roots in the Paleolithic, in both the European and the oriental traditions, and represents a primordial divinity at once generative and nutritive, the only one to hold the power of life, and the only one with the power to transmit it and to destroy the cosmic manifestation and reabsorb it within herself. In fact, even the dissolution (death), humanly dreadful, is complementary to birth.
In prehistoric cultures, including the so-called “pre-nuraghic” cultures of Sardinia, when man did not yet comprehend the nexus between conception and birth, it seemed that the survival of mankind depended solely on the woman; in fact, only she could give birth and generate through parthenogenesis, whereas men seemed to be sterile and excluded from this divine universe, unable to recognize his own role in conception.

In prehistoric cultures, including the so-called “pre-nuraghic” cultures of Sardinia, when man did not yet comprehend the nexus between conception and birth, it seemed that the survival of mankind depended solely on the woman; in fact, only she could give birth and generate through parthenogenesis, whereas men seemed to be sterile and excluded from this divine universe, unable to recognize his own role in conception.

Some hold that, in Sardinia, the Mother Goddess could even relieve the traumatic event of death and ensure an afterlife, in a cyclical elaboration of the concept of rebirth. The dead had to be buried in the womb of mother earth or in a grotto, in a fetal position, as if once again maternal womb, and his body was sprinkled with red ochre, representing blood, to evoke the first image of himself in the process of birth, and thus assuring him a rebirth. In addition, next to the dead they placed the viaticum and a small stone statue, which represented the reassuring Mother Goddess, medium [intermediary] between man and the divinity, between mortality and immortality. The Nuraghe, in Sardinia, according to some, was the temple of the Mother Goddess, the transposition on the symbolic level of the real Mother; thus, sleeping at the Nuraghe, served as symbolic substitute for the desire to sleep next to one’s own actual mother.

In the West as well as in the East the Mother Goddess was depicted with rounded shapes in which the attributes of femininity were exalted and deified, and represented the ability to create a new life that frightened and at the same time fascinated prehistoric man, as it does modern man.

MOM is protected

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MOM il Gioiello Madre
is a registered model by C.C.I.A.A. of Sassari on 17-12-2012
number ss2012c000130