OLIVE just needs a bowl of olive oil and a fresh baguette. Tear off pieces of bread by hand, never with a knife. We dip them in oil until our fingers get greasy and the baguette takes on a beautiful greenish color. The smell is dry, woody, slightly bitter. Lips begin to gently shine, and crumbs fall on the table and neckline. Actually, no jewelry is needed. The product of the olive tree - oil, which Homer wrote is "liquid gold" - is famous for its versatility. It serves natural care, is a source of vitamins valuable for health, is sensual and delicious. It is not without reason that the tree is a symbol of fertility, and one of the increasingly popular plant motifs for weddings. Married life patronized by this remarkable plant is strong and resilient to adversity, but also full of finesse and taste. The olive tree is an evergreen, long-lived tree, stubbornly bears fruit even in difficult conditions, and when pruned almost to the ground - it is reborn. It is perhaps impossible to imagine a better symbol of constancy, fertility, pride and freedom. In Ancient Greece, the best quality oil was used for cooking, second-class oil was rubbed on the bodies of athletes, used as a medicine or cosmetic for skin and hair care. In Egypt, oil was used during religious practices, including the anointing of corpses. The golden oil accompanied man through all periods of life, nurtured the beautiful body of the athlete, but also accompanied the last journey of the dead. "Olive" is a collection that was created with the universality and symbolic richness of the olive tree in mind. Jewelry, which is led by the motif of a growing leaf, will work as a subtle addition to a wedding creation, but also for everyday wear. The light and malleable form allows you to freely compose elements to achieve the effect of a minimalist accent or, on the contrary, lush, baroque vegetation.