If you appreciate beauty, we are sure that this ornament in the shape of a six-pointed star will attract your attention and inspire you to use it somewhere.

The ornament is the work of the British artist Edgar Gilstrap Simpson (1867-1945), and we found a picture of it on the Internet. The ornament was originally drawn with a graphite pencil on paper and can be described as a six-pointed star ornament consisting of interlaced organically flowing lines. On the website where the original image of this ornament was presented, it was stated that it was intended for a brooch or pendant, but you may use it as you see fit, of course. Since it is in the shape of a six-pointed star, it is suitable for decorating surfaces that have the shape of a hexagon, circle or square.

 

Star-shaped ornament for a brooch or pendant
Free vector categories
Available file formats

2D CAD (dwg) and vector (eps and svg)

 

The ornament is visually very beautiful, attractive, modern and easy and quick to draw as it has radial symmetry. If you like 3D modeling, by using a 2D pattern of this ornament you can model a relief that you can further use in the production of jewelry, woodcuts, ceiling medallions, etc. We hope that when you look at this ornament, you will have the same thought in mind as we do - it would be such a waste if such beauty remained unused! If you manage to create something with it, we really hope you’ll share with us a picture or two of your project!

 

Download DWG 2D CAD file format
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Submitted by Ceh Jan