The Impossible (Penrose) Triangle Pendant Necklace in Sterling Silver
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In 1934 Swedish artist Oscar Reutersvärd made the first recognizable impossible triangle out of a peculiar arrangement of cubes.
While a number of artists have unintentionally created impossible figures, Reutersvärd was the first to realize that he had entered
into a new land of imagination. From that day on, he has created thousands of impossible figures, and today is universally recognized
as "the father of impossible figures." In 1980 the Swedish government honored Reutersvärd's impossible triangle by commissioning it
for a Swedish stamp. The stamp was produced in 1982 and was issued for about two years. Citation
The Penrose Triangle is an impossible figure (or impossible triangle or undecidable figure): it depicts an object which could not
possibly exist. It is impossible for the Impossible Triangle to exist because in order for it to exist rules of Euclidean geometry would
have to be violated. For example, the bottom bar of the tribar is represented as being spatially located to both the front of, and, at
the same time, the back of the topmost point of the tribar. Citation
This piece brings modern fashion to a whole new level! With a sleek-clean style, this designer triangle pendant was delicately
handcrafted to perfection by our specialist jewelers with more than 35 years of experience. A modern design made with a
pure sterling silver then topped off with a glossy high polish finish. Crafted with a beaded design, add this handmade piece to
your own unique collection today!
Proudly Handmade and Manufactured right here in the USA!
Metal: Sterling Silver