Vitruvian Man Italian Charm by Leonardo Da Vinci by Zoppini
This unusual Italian modular charm features a reproduction of the famous "Vitruvian Man", the most anatomically correct sketch of its day, from the sketchbook of Leonardo da Vinci (1613). The charm is made of 18 kt. gold and handpainted black and white enamel, on a stainless steel base. Made in Italy by Zoppini, it is in the medium size. In a discussion of Vitruvian man, da Vinci provides a rationalization of geometry and how small whole numbers build the composition. The symbol is popular in modern culture, for example, the Vitruvian Man symbol was a key part of the mystery in Dan Brown's popular novel, "The Da Vinci Code". Perfect for a fan of Leonardo de Vinci or a gift for someone with a similarly inventive mind. This unique charm wins a Carina Top Design Award.
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