The Inspiration Behind Our Fine Jewelry


"I always loved jewelry since I was a little girl. My Aunt Carina who collected a few pieces, would show them to me when I came to visit. It was a ceremony she would take pieces out and we would look at how they were made. I have been told I should design jewelry but it wasn’t until I saw in Museo Prado the painting from Quinten Massys (1465/66-1530) 'Christ presented to the People' that I realized that was the type of jewelry I wanted to make. More masculine and simple but of pure 18k gold and without precious stones. I wanted to use wood, howlite (as it resembles marble but is more malleable) malachite, lapis lazuli, tiger eye, opals, rose quartz and pink marble. All made by hand to last." - Gabriela

Rose, yellow and white gold rings
Yellow gold and tiger eye rings set
Medium size yellow gold link chain
'Christ presented to the people'
Illustration by @steveq212nyc keeps on reminding me in IG of our work
Back in the day all dressed up and ready to go
Today all dressed up and ready to stay
My Aunt Carina in yellow holding my hand, my mother in the back in red and my grandfather

All of our jewelry comes in travel packaging made out of leftover cashmere and leathers from our collection