Discover our beautiful bird designs and learn more about their powerful messages.
"When a dragonfly sits on your shoulder all your dreams can come true." Join us in the magical world of the little kite.
The heart symbol: What does ivy have to do with the heart? What is the significance that two wings have on the heart? Moreover, why do we use the heart to symbolise love?
“Some encounters are like the stars that heaven gives us, so we do not forget how beautiful life is.”
"On the tree of life grow many moments and each of them is precious."
"Let no sadness come to this heart, let no trouble come to these arms, let no conflict come to these eyes, let my soul be filled with the blessing of joy and peace." (The Hamsa Prayer)
"One sees clearly only with the heart. The essence is invisible to the eyes. "Just like the quote from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's" The Little Prince "is also the message of the starfish and its sparkling jewelry interpretations.
The skull is known as THE symbol of the modern rebel. Symbolising the mortality of man, the skull also brings man’s fear to the forefront. Realising that death is a mere part of the cycle of life, the skull has become a popular symbol within the world of fashion and art history. Today, the skull symbolises the free-spirited, a cool lifestyle and is a reminder that we have the freedom to choose our own path in life. Reinvent yourself with skull jewellery designs and embody the symbolism of the skull.
To this day, the snake remains an evergreen, statement design loved by fashion and jewellery houses, seen gracing the body of celebrities on the red carpets and on catwalks around the world.