HISTORY

inspires us

This piece is inspired by the Andean flower called cantuta and cultivated since ancient times.

During the Inca Empire it was considered as a sacred flower, every time the emperor participated in a public event, the path through which the Inca passed, had to be decorated with song flowers.

Today it is the official national flower of Peru.
This richly colored gem is inlaid with yellow mother-of-pearl shell, red, orange and purple spondylus shell, also known as the red gold of the Incas, and a beautiful touch of turquoise stone and chrysocolla stone.