The ethical handmade pieces of jewellery “Ethics – A Thousand Ways to Love the World” wish to provide food for thought so we can appreciate the beauty that surrounds us, but that we do not always perceive.
Bombarded, as we are, by a media that highlights the bad, we want to go against this trend by showing the beauty that is before our eyes and get the message across that it is possible to respect the planet and human beings, regardless of the work we do. For us the message that our work cannot be separated from Nature is important.
In addition to playing a fundamental role as a source of inspiration, it makes us feel the vocation to enhance the riches it offers us, motivating us to always give our best. This fil rouge, that winds through window after window, will accompany you in the discovery of our ethical handmade jewels “A thousand ways to love the world”.
Welcome and Have a Good Trip!
Welcome and Have a Good Trip!
We love the vitality and smiles of an eternal country that knows how to turn everyday life into a creative festival that never ceases to amaze.
You can hear the music and see the colours of Rio de Janeiro… a harmonious cackle of life and joy that we perceive in this celebration of colours and light.
A carnival of energy lived through all the natural nuances of Brazilian tourmaline: light green, lemon, pink, sage…
We love ancient cultures, even those that today paint themselves as unbridled capitalism but that, behind a façade of successful economic development, still know how to renew themselves and start looking for balance with Nature: China. Although its thousand-year-old culture no longer seems to find a space within the din of economic growth, in this nation the freshwater pearl crops are among the most sustainable in the world, such as those you are admiring. In fact, by law, the water leaving the crops dedicated to these pearls must be as drinkable as the incoming water.
The rivers and lakes of this part of the world are the only area where oysters can give us this miraculous colour: the lilac that fades into an intense purple, with a perfect spherical shape and an excellent shine.
Through the eyes of “the other” we open up to a multidimensionality reality. When we think we have the only objective reality, immediately afterwards we discover that we do not. It is the moment in which we discover that there are infinite facets of reality that intertwine before us, allowing us to see an extra piece through different points of view, given to us by other human beings.
We love unpredictability, Life’s ability to disrupt plans and offer us moments of unexpected amazement. It is precisely when unpredictable events take place that we have the awareness that we are not the ones who pull the threads of Life. And that’s how, suddenly, the brightest coloured stones in Nature present themselves to us: fancy Diamonds. It could have been a disappointment as when, in the mines, they were expected to be white. Instead, it turned out to be a miraculous discovery.
We love everything that is unrepeatable, unique, exceptional and that which distinguishes one geographical area from another. Those centripetal forces that lead us to visit different places and that make them incomparable.
How do you copy St. Mark’s Square, the Colosseum or the Polynesian seas of Tahiti that inspired Gauguin and that are the only ones in the world to produce this unique shade of natural pearls?
We love that nature knows how to surprise us by breaking the mould and our expectations… and, with the help of Man, it creates a real miracle: the Keschi pearl.
Nature, when left free to express itself, has always been able to create enormous works of art from which Man takes inspiration, trying to copy or even to surpass. The structures of houses, the colours in paintings, the shapes of the sculptures, everything is the result of an interaction with Nature. But have we ever wondered who we could be without it? What kind of art could we produce in a different natural context?
We love the surprising combinations found in Nature, such as those discovered during a scuba dive in an unknown part of the ocean: Tanzanite, Chalcedon, Rose Quartz, Australia Pearls, Gold and Diamonds… together. The gemmological characteristics, peculiar to the continents, come together in a harmonious combination never seen before, reminding it is in diversity that the beauty of this world resides and, if we have the courage to break the barriers that separate us from diversity, we can create an even greater beauty.
We love the secrets that the world still hides from us today and that ancient civilizations may have discovered. Legends tell that the Pyramids were energy catalysts that served to charge the Earth and human beings, creating a positive energy charge. Perhaps this is why we find these forms in many ancient civilizations, in parts of the world very far from each other, as if a sacred messenger had instilled this idea into our collective intelligence. The Sun God, in synergy with the Pyramidal shape, led to a divine union that we try to represent in these ethical handmade pieces of jewellery. The Gold Pearl and the Fancy Yellow Diamonds represent solar energy, the pyramidal geometric shape represents the transmission channel to the Earth and human beings.
We love chaotic spaces, the real architect of growth and nourishment for creativity. This is how Serendipity was born: A perfect circle is formed by primordial chaos. The order, inspired by the disorder, allows the heart of the Cambodian Starlite to come to the surface, representing the victory hidden behind this union.
We live in a world that is decidedly planned, organized, pre-packaged. What if the secret of scientific discoveries, artistic insights and the most daring visions were elsewhere? Life cannot be programmed in every minute, because it would lose its charm and would not allow the extraordinary to enter the ordinary.
We love those parts of the world that are still in hiding. Those areas protected by a superior will and that we will never reach, which will remain so even after us. That blue pool of water in which we will never dive … but that we can continue to imagine, thanks to these ethical handmade pieces of jewellery and their incredible gems that accompany us into the dimension of the dream.
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