R O Z E T A The "Rosette" collection was inspired by architecture, which combines the world of people and plants. In building architecture, a rosette (from the French rosette - rose) is a type of ornament, which
source was a component of the Gothic style. It can be seen, among other things, above the entrance to Wawel Cathedral. In plant architecture, a rosette is called an arrangement of evenly spaced leaves that grow, without a stem, straight from the ground. This ensures the plant's survival during harsh drought or frost conditions. This is how the beautiful hornworts exist - multicolored rosettes stubbornly growing from the most surprising places: usually from tiny gaps between stones or sidewalk slabs.
Jewelry from the collection alludes to the shape of a decomposed rose without resorting to literalism. The shapes achieved through meticulous hand carving refer to the rosette form by way of subtle allusion. The series was created to capture and reproduce the delicate movement of the petals, which spread evenly around the center. The distinctive spread perfectly illustrates the ideas of openness and closeness that guide the entire brand.