Möbius Ring Silver
Article Number 20922
Inside and outside. All in one piece.
In a manner of speaking it is, in mathematical terms, to some extent a geometrical piece of jewelry, a smart ring from jewelry manufacturer Guthmann. Its origins date back to 1858 when the mathematician and astronomer, August Ferdinand Möbius (1790 to 1868) from Leipzig attracted great attention when he turned the ends of a paper strip once and then glued them together thus creating a piece with only one surface and one edge – the Möbius strip. By mistake, the Möbius strip is sometimes interpreted as the mathematical symbol for eternity. It would be more appropriate to understand this symbol as the symbol for communication. Just as this ring merges into one single piece, in communication the inner and outer worlds effectively amalgamate.
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