Welcome to our blog! We decided to kick it off with our dearest sentiment: to make is to mean. 

"Everything that is dead quivers. Not only the things of poetry, stars, moon, wood, flowers, but even a white trouser button glittering out of a puddle in the street... Everything has a secret soul, which is silent more often than it speaks." - Wassily Kandinsky

When we view an artwork by Picasso or Aboriginal artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye, we quickly grasp a symbolic language in their style. They ask us to pay attention to their way of expressing or- develop a fluency in interpreting their visual language. 

Emily Kame Kngwarreye – Tate Etc | Tate

Likewise, when a child creates art, they express an astonishing understanding and imagination well beyond what language can communicate. It is this same playfulness that exists in art, jewelry, and nature. To ancient jewelers, fashioning precious metals and stones into symbols amplified their potency. 

Image of Wedjat Eye Amulet

It is this symbolic language of the universe we impart through our jewelry. Our pieces are crafted with the same intentions as ancient jewelers- to bring stories and myths into your life as wearable objects. 

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