A charm that takes us back to the origin of one of the most famous Sicilian legends featuring a young girl from Palermo and a Moor who – after having sworn eternal love to her – decides to abandon her to return home to his wife’s arms. So, the young woman, overcome with jealousy, cuts off his head to keep him with her forever.
Typical of the Mediterranean islands, the gecko is a small reptile that loves to climb walls quickly and is most active on summer nights. It is a symbol of adaptability, strength, and vitality and this makes it a lucky charm animal often represented in art. A small charm in silver and ruthenium reproduces the gecko with the fidelity of a handmade jewel.
In all cultures the elephant is considered a symbol of good luck. It is a wise and intelligent animal, with a great memory, which instills serenity and strength. A charm to wear like a small and precious amulet with silvery reflections.
12 spokes enriched with decorations, a central part that houses the axis and a rim that closes everything: the wheel of the Sicilian cart is a complex element that supports the movement of this ancient vehicle – once used in agriculture – which over time has become one of the most famous symbols of Sicily. This handmade charm pays tribute to the wheel and Sicilianity.
A ring that goes back in time, in search of essence, to the birth of Greek tragedy and its masks. A tribute to the absolute value of historical and cultural heritage, which is thus also handed down through the plastic solidity of the material, of the silver worked with ruthenium. A jewel that tells of a wealth to be preserved, for those who love art in all its forms.
Among the jewels inspired by mythology is the charm depicting the mask of Tiresias, the soothsayer who thanks to his blindness can see beyond and predict the future. Tiresias went through different faces and phases of existence – from man to woman, from young to old – and it is precisely this peculiarity that has aroused the interest of writers, artists, and scholars.
The Nude collection returns to the origin of things and does so with jewels inspired by antiquity: myth, theatre, and Greek tragedy. A charm whose design takes up the features of Agamemnon, one of the key figures of Greek mythology, king of Argolis and leader of the Achaeans in the Trojan War, brother of Menelaus and husband of Clytemnestra.