SINGULAR Pronunciation: /ˈsɪŋgjʊlə/ adjective o 1 Grammar (of a word or form) denoting or referring to just one person or ...
But, what is this   about?
This is all aboutchallenging the status quo
This is about...ChangeBeliefsPurposeInspirationAuthenticityMeaningCommunity
Changing the world?
But changing the world...   How?Rationalization ofmass production
But changing the world...   How? Rationalization   of the use ofdisposable goods
But changing the world...   How?     Minimization ofprogrammed obsolescence
So... lets dot it.LETS CHANGE THE WORLD!
Do you believe in   SINGULARITY?
Do you believe inEXCLUSIVITY?
Do you believe inDURABILITY?
Do you believe in   QUALITY?
Then we have gotSOMETHING FOR YOU
We want to leave an   IMPRINT...
Our   MISSION
Our   MISSIONEMPOWERMENT
Through one-of-a-kind      pieces of    FINE  JEWELRY
Made with the   PASSION of an ARTISAN
And these are some of ourMAIN INFLUENCES
STEAMPUNK
ART NOUVEAU
ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
XIX CENTURY
we believe in   SHARING and Collaborating
SHAREwe love toour EXPERTISE
and our sources ofINSPIRATION
Flickr
Pinterest
Tumblr
You Tube
Most of Decimononic pieces may be consideredJewels and Antiques in equal proportions
This is why we issue aCERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY        for each one of our creations
We want them to become
REMINDERS
SYMBOLS
DECLARATIONS OF INTENT
LEGACIES
We areDecimononic
We areDecimononic    We arethe Singulars
We areDecimononic      We arethe Singulars  Are you ready to  Join Us?
CreditsSlide 4.- Osmar Schindler (1869-1927): David und Goliath, 1888.                  Slide 24.- Four Seasons by Alfons ...
Empowering You                 through artisan fine jewelry                        inspired bySteampunk, Art Nouveau, Anci...
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If you are wondering what is Decimononic, you will find the answer in this slides presentation. Our purpose? Empowering you through one-of-a-kind fine jewelry inspired by Steampunk and other retrofuturisms, Art Nouveau, XIX Century, ancient civilizations and much more. True Singularity!

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  1. 1. SINGULAR Pronunciation: /ˈsɪŋgjʊlə/ adjective o 1 Grammar (of a word or form) denoting or referring to just one person or thing + single; unique: she always thought of herself as singular, as his only daughter o 2 exceptionally good or great; remarkable: he had the singular good fortune not to die in the trenches + strange or eccentric in some respect: no explanation accompanied this rather singular statement Source: Oxford Dictionaries
  2. 2. But, what is this about?
  3. 3. This is all aboutchallenging the status quo
  4. 4. This is about...ChangeBeliefsPurposeInspirationAuthenticityMeaningCommunity
  5. 5. Changing the world?
  6. 6. But changing the world... How?Rationalization ofmass production
  7. 7. But changing the world... How? Rationalization of the use ofdisposable goods
  8. 8. But changing the world... How? Minimization ofprogrammed obsolescence
  9. 9. So... lets dot it.LETS CHANGE THE WORLD!
  10. 10. Do you believe in SINGULARITY?
  11. 11. Do you believe inEXCLUSIVITY?
  12. 12. Do you believe inDURABILITY?
  13. 13. Do you believe in QUALITY?
  14. 14. Then we have gotSOMETHING FOR YOU
  15. 15. We want to leave an IMPRINT...
  16. 16. Our MISSION
  17. 17. Our MISSIONEMPOWERMENT
  18. 18. Through one-of-a-kind pieces of FINE JEWELRY
  19. 19. Made with the PASSION of an ARTISAN
  20. 20. And these are some of ourMAIN INFLUENCES
  21. 21. STEAMPUNK
  22. 22. ART NOUVEAU
  23. 23. ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS
  24. 24. XIX CENTURY
  25. 25. we believe in SHARING and Collaborating
  26. 26. SHAREwe love toour EXPERTISE
  27. 27. and our sources ofINSPIRATION
  28. 28. Flickr
  29. 29. Pinterest
  30. 30. Tumblr
  31. 31. You Tube
  32. 32. Most of Decimononic pieces may be consideredJewels and Antiques in equal proportions
  33. 33. This is why we issue aCERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY for each one of our creations
  34. 34. We want them to become
  35. 35. REMINDERS
  36. 36. SYMBOLS
  37. 37. DECLARATIONS OF INTENT
  38. 38. LEGACIES
  39. 39. We areDecimononic
  40. 40. We areDecimononic We arethe Singulars
  41. 41. We areDecimononic We arethe Singulars Are you ready to Join Us?
  42. 42. CreditsSlide 4.- Osmar Schindler (1869-1927): David und Goliath, 1888. Slide 24.- Four Seasons by Alfons Mucha, circa 1895.jpg.Slide 5.- Compass thumbnail. Slide 25.- Façade of the Pronaos and the Temple of Edfou - David Roberts, R.A. - Signed with the name of the artist and lithographer,Slide 6.- British Empire 1897. Louis Haghe - From Eygpt and Nubia, 1842.Slide 7.- Mill Children in Macon. Slide 26.- Kerala Pendant by Decimononic, with Victoria silver rupee (1888).Slide 8.- Gillette razor patent.png. Slide 27.- Creative Commons logo.Slide 9.- Lightbulb. Slide 28.- Decimononic blog.Slide 10.- Model: Danu López | Make-up: Alassie | Stylist: El Costurero Real | Scenery: Felix Goggles | Jewelry: Decimononic | Photograher: Gala Slide 29.- Hesiod and the Muse by Gustave Moreau (1891). Martínez Slide 30.- Decimononic Flickr.Slide 11.- Red watch photo by Decimononic. Slide 31.- Decimononic Pinterest.Slide 12.- Fabergé Egg, unknown source. Slide 32.- Decimononic Tumblr.Slide 13.- Perpetual Calendar. Slide 33.- Decimononic You Tube.Slide 14.- Sterling silver toggle clasp detail by Decimononic. Slide 34.- John Wasbourn Gloucester Pocket wath (circa 1735).Slide 15.- Mechanical Paisley Necklace by Decimononic. Slide 35.- Certificate of Authenticity by Decimononic.Slide 16.- Decimononic portfolio mosaic 2012. Slide 36.- The Alchemist Discovering Phosphorus or The Alchemist inSlide 17.- Sterling silver tag detail by Decimononic. Search of the Philosophers Stone by Joseph Wright of Derby (1771).Slide 18 and 19.- Compass by Walt Stoneburner. Slide 37.- Victorian locket by Teresa.Slide 20.- The Discord Ring by Decimononic. Slide 38.- Ankh.Slide 21.- Bezel filing detail by Decimononic. Slide 39.- Wedding ring by Rex Boggs.Slide 22.- Music score by Enricod (Enrico Donelli). Slide 40.- Medieval genealogical tree - The Holy Bible, Cambridge, JohnSlide 23.- Steampunk photograpy workshop in Warsaw: DSC_6900 by Maciej and Thomas Buck (circa 1630). Latałło.
  43. 43. Empowering You through artisan fine jewelry inspired bySteampunk, Art Nouveau, Ancient Civilizations and much more... www.decimononic.com

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