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Our one-sided 22x10x1mm tag charm in .925 sterling silver depicts the geometric spiral diagram of the 'Golden Ratio', or the 'Golden Rectangle'.
The golden ratio is a special number approximately equal to 1.6180339887498948482. We use the Greek letter Phi to refer to this ratio. Like Pi, the digits of the Golden Ratio go on forever without repeating.
It's similar to the Fibonacci Sequence, which is a series of numbers in which each number is the sum of the two preceding numbers. The Golden Ratio was first studied in Ancient Greece because its frequent appearance in geometry, and has gained modern fame for being one of the underlying equations in botany, geometry, and information systems. In art and architecture, the Golden Ratio appears to have an almost universal aesthetic harmony, appearing in many different cultures and times.
A perfect charm for artists, architects, mathematicians, botanists, coders, and information security specialists. The back features an 11x9.8mm blank area for careful stamping or engraving. Stamped 925.
Height measurement includes 5mm soldered jump ring.