sterling silver 925, gold-plating, 67,35 g
hot black enamel
371 tsavorites 6,84 ct
The Medieval Middle East was home to many outstanding poets and scholars, but only one person was able to attain heights, both in science and in literature. This man was the greatest thinker and humanist of his era - Omar Khayyam, who was considered not only a distinguished astronomer and mathematician, but also a poet. At the city of Bukhara observatory, surrounded by his students and colleagues, Omar Khayyam created the famous solar calendar, which turned out to be more accurate than not only the common in those days Julian calendar, but also the Gregorian one, what is considered today to be the gold standard all over the world.