the families






RA


Comprised solely of raw brass and freshwater pearls the Ra family draws inspiration from the rich metals of Ancient Egypt. Shining in a gold lustre, the Ra family emits the same glow as the family’s namesake - Ra; the Ancient Egyptian god of the sun. 



Components of Ra



Brass - a dynamic, antimicrobial and infinitely recyclable metal.


Freshwater Pearl -  an organic and distinct gemstone ethically garnered through a conscious process.








DEIMOS


The Deimos family elevates the organic beauty of pearls and frames them within brass beadwork. Deimos, a moon of Mars, is an irregular shaped moon - reflective of the very pearls used within Deimos, hence the family name.



Components of Deimos 



Brass - a dynamic, antimicrobial and infinitely recyclable metal.


Freshwater Pearl - an organic and distinct gemstone ethically garnered through a conscious process.







LUCENS


Delicately arranged, the Lucens family brings a modern duality to pearl jewellery. Lucens is comprised of beadwork that allows the family to flow as it wishes - as well as feature the symbolic cowrie shell. The Latin word Lucens is an early form of modern English language to describe illumination and lights.



Components of Lucens



Brass - a dynamic, antimicrobial and infinitely recyclable metal.


Freshwater Pearl -  an organic and distinct gemstone ethically garnered through a conscious process.


Cowrie Shell - one of the first forms of currency, the symbolic cowrie shell has been regarded inter-culturally throughout history.




CORALLIUM


The Corallium family takes on a distinctive colour scheme and intriguing form, for each piece of red coral is distinct and unique. Paired with the blues of lapis and golds of brass, the precious coral showcases why it is a sought after mineral. Simply titled after the coral’s formal scientific name.



Components of Corallium



Brass - a dynamic, antimicrobial and infinitely recyclable metal.


Freshwater Pearl - an organic and distinct gemstone ethically garnered through a conscious process.


Red Coral - known since ancient times, red coral has been used in jewellery for thousands of years.


Lapis Lazuli - historically prized for its intense blue colour and it’s reputation to hold metaphysical abilities that assist in deeper self knowledge.


Unknown Pillar Stone - believed to be a form of granite or marble.



ADDIS


A monumental arrangement consisting of rich colour and shape. The cowrie shell is the heart of the family and paired with complimentary brass and freshwater pearls; Addis embodies the Australian coast. Tones of blue and green seen in the lapis lazuli and turquoise mimic the waters of the family’s namesake -  Point Addis Beach, Victoria



Components of Addis



Brass - a dynamic, antimicrobial and infinitely recyclable metal.


Freshwater Pearl - an organic and distinct gemstone ethically garnered through a conscious process.


Cowrie Shell - one of the first forms of currency, the symbolic cowrie shell has been regarded inter-culturally throughout history.


Lapis Lazuli - historically prized for its intense blue colour and it’s reputation to hold metaphysical abilities that assist in deeper self knowledge.


Turquoise -  a lush blue green stone. Mined and worked into jewellery by Ancient Egyptians, Chinese and Native American cultures for over 5,000 years.