Some call her Beatrice, though she goes by many names, this goddess of beauty, enchantment, grace and love. Dante knew her.
Every man needs his Beatrice if he is to become a man in is fullness, that is man “enlivened” and “transfigured”.
Our new Beatrice cuff; part of the new Six of Six collection embodies all things fair and light, an emblem of Beatrice’s spirit that shines in and through all things bright and beautiful. All things that come to life through energy of love, power of imagination and the promise of transformation.
Muse: Beatrice is for our sassy, witty and enlivened woman. She is full of song, connected and enchanting.
Metal: Sterling silver
Options: 18kt gold plated
Our inspiration for Daphne came from Metamorphoses by Roman poet Ovid. Daphne is described as the daughter of the river-god Pineios. She is a minor figure in Greek mythology, a type of female nymph associated with fountains, wells, springs.
Daphne comes in a triple drop crescent, elegant and classic. Available in sterling silver and 18ct gold plated silver.
As featured in Vogue.
Also stocked online with Wolf and Badger and in store Soho, New York.
A stunning statement piece. Using a black Druzy stone on sterling silver which is 18ct gold plated, Hexagon and Half moon symbols. The hexagon is also featured in our Honeybee and Melissa earrings range.
Hera is the Goddess of women and marriage. This piece is a February feature as it's the season of love.
Worn long, the chain is approx 26" long.
Hex is a Greek prefix which means 'six'. As the hexagon is found throughout nature, it is considered a symbol of harmony and balance. However, the esoteric wisdom of the hexagon goes much deeper – right to the heart of our origins. To the ancient sages that incorporated the hexagon into their system of sacred geometry, the hexagon represented the potential for life.
Our Hex cuff is proud and bold yet simple and elegant; part of our Six of Six collection and cuff series.
Muse: Hex is for our woman who celebrates her independence, strength and feminine beauty. Say it loud and say it proud!
Model also wears Leona fancy hoop gold plated silver earrings.
The honeycomb cuff takes its symbolic meaning from the bee and the beehive as well as honey.
Symbolically, a bee is a spiritual traveller, honey is spiritual wisdom and thus a honeycomb is symbolically a place of memory and inspiration; a place of vision, love and transformation.
Kiri takes inspiration from the Greek word for Honeycomb: Kirithra. Part of our new Six of Six Collection; Kiri embodies the ‘rooms’ and ‘cells’ that make up the home where bees place their honey and young; a place of vision, love and transformation.
Kiri is for our spiritual woman, the wanderer and wild woman. With her open heart and wise soul.
The woman who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. The woman who walks alone is likely to find herself in places no one has ever been before.” - Albert Einstein.
Metal - Sterling silver / plated in 18ct yellow gold
Here we introduce our Melissa earrings. In Greek mythology Melissa is the Bee Goddess.
Also stocked online with Wolf and Badger.
As featured in The Art of Design and The World of Interiors magazines.