• Contemporary jewelry inspired by literature and nature.

    From Barcelona.

  • Prunus domestica flower coated in resin with a fresh water pearl.

  • Erigeron annuus coated in resin with fresh water pearls.

  • Rose petals coated in resin with a fresh water pearl.

  • Sakura and Ammi Majus flowers coated in resin with a green glass piece.

  • Delphinium coated in resin with a fresh water pearl.

  • Verbena flower coated in resin with fresh water pearls.

  • Cherry Blossom coated in resin with red glass pieces.

  • Rose coated in resin with three glass drops.

  • Hydrangea and little blue flower coated in resin with a glass drop.

  • Daisy coated in resin with a fresh water pearl and two pearly blue glass pieces.

"There's a willow that leans over the brook, dangling its white leaves over the glassy water. Ophelia made wild wreaths out of those leaves, braiding in crowflowers, thistles, daisies and the orchises that vulgar shepherds have an obscene name for, but which pure-minded girls call "dead men's fingers".


William Shakespeare: "Hamlet", 1609.

"She loved the sea for its storms alone, cared for vegetation only when it grew here and there among ruins. She had to extract a kind of personal advantage from things and she rejected as useless everything that promised no immediate gratification — for her temperament was more sentimental than artistic, and what she was looking for was emotions, not scenery."

Flaubert, G. (1856). Madame Bovary

Mrs. Dalloway said she would buy the flowers herselft. For Lucy had her work cut out for her. The doors would be taken off their hinges; Rumplemayer's men were coming.


Virginia Woolf: "Mrs. Dolloway", 1925.

"I don't have any books to read, and all the spare time l get I run off into the woods; that rests me better than stories" answered Phebe, as she finished one job and began on another. 

Louisa May Alcott; "Eight Cousins", 1876.