Wristwatch of gold, silver and a diverse array of diamond cuts.
Early humans were so enchanted by the image of a spiral, they painted it on the walls of their cave dwellings. The Milky Way in the sky, snails and seashells, sunflowers, cones, daisies and lilies all growing the same way, all spiraling in a loop. Thousands of years later, Fibonacci of Pisa put this existential mystery into mathematical numbers, naming it the "divine proportion." It's the fundamental aesthetic formula, used in the Egyptian pyramids, in classical architecture, and in the works of Leonardo da Vinci. This spiral is the form of the path we draw while lost in thought, searching for a path, reaching a higher level of understanding. Some, including Sevan himself, see it as the concept of time, inspiring his unique wristwatches.