Future Artefacts

Students of Antiquity tell us that an artefact is an object made or given shape by man, not only prized in its day but something that retains its beauty in a timeless fashion.

The Lotus

Lotus flowers are said to represent female sexual power and fertility as well as birth and rebirth. The ancient Egyptians portrayed the goddess Isis being born from a lotus flower.



Halo

Your Halo can be created in platinum, white, yellow or rose gold and your preferred choice of stones, be they diamond, ruby, sapphire or emerald.

Orbital

As the stars circle in their constellations, so do the pearls and gemstones in our Orbital collection.



Naja

Naja Au denotes power, mystery and beauty. The word Naja is taken from the Sanskrit word naga (with a hard "g") meaning "snake". 

Origami

The Japanese art of paper folding is re-imagined in Silver, Gold and Platinum. Our first piece is our take on the origami unicorn featured in the move Blade Runner.


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Naja | Elements

Naja | Earth


Love is an emerald. Its brilliant light wards off dragons Rumi



Naja | Fire


On the moon we wore feathers in our hair, & rubies on our hands.



Naja | Air


Beauty is the mine, Love is the diamond Rumi



Naja | Water


My love, she comes in colors Arthur Lee, Love



Classical elements typically refer to the pre-scientific concepts in Ancient Greece, of earth, water, air, fire, and aether, which were proposed to explain the nature and complexity of all matter in terms of simpler substances. Ancient cultures in Egypt, Babylonia, Japan, Tibet, and India had similar lists.

Japanese traditions refer to the fifth element as the sky or heaven, things not of our every day life. This is the inspiration and foundation for Naja elements, on which we build with noble metals such as gold, silver, rhodium and platinum to which we add a heady mix of Diamonds, Sapphires, Emeralds and Rubies.