Once upon a time...

Machiavelli, De Medici, GIRATI. Inspired by the great renaissance era,
our newest collection is to make its stamp on history. Ready to feel the impact?

De Medici


"A foolish man lives for himself, a wise man lives with a purpose”

-Cosimo De Medici

The Medici family has always been associated with balls. Six of them to be exact. Their family weapon’s crest show six balls on a golden shield. It decorates numerous buildings all over Florence - an indication of the influence the family had over the city.

Even though their sigil is widely recognised it’s symbolism is shrouded in mystery and has been the object of much speculation over the years. It is believed to be a remembrance of the damage inflicted by one of the De Medicis, on Charlemagne’s knights in medieval times.

Today, their legacy is better known as a statement that family is the most important purpose in life; and a wise man, lives with a purpose

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Templar Shield


Besides a weapon, every great warrior needs a shield.

One of the most iconic shields in history perhaps, is the Shielded Templar's Cross.

Meant as a shield to guard its owner and protect others from evil powers, the Templar's Cross was respected by many, but feared, by many more.

Being great forces within the Renaissance era, the Templars’ influence continued long after that. As their popularity declined, its myths did not, however.

As every great warrior needs a shield, some warriors will become part of its legend.

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Il Dito


"If someone puts a finger on you... show him yours!"

Over time, our fingers have been used for a plethora of different gestures, symbols, signs, etc. It is arguably one of the strongest assets of our body, if one is to make a point.

With ‘Il Dito’ we really wanted to make a piece which incorporated itself onto the body, as an extension of its argument. Because the ring really becomes part of the finger, we named it ‘the finger’ in Italian.

‘Il Dito’ really seeks to create the perfect balance between subtlety, divergency and pure rawness. As the embodiment of purity and power, it is made for those with a lion’s heart.

A perfect blend of elegance and a vintage look and feel, ‘Il Dito’ is your wingman to show them your finger.

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Fleur de Lis


"Hell is empty, and all the devils are here.”

-William Shakespeare

Mankind has always had a thing for attributing unlucky, unfair and bad things to some kind of ‘evil’. Many more, have been trying to defeat it.

However, no matter the stories, symbols or clans, not a single thing has had more influence in the representation of purity, as a means to destroy evil and cleanse this world of all it had touched, than the Fleur de Lis.

While being primarily associated with the French monarchy and being used on many European coat of arms since the 11th century, the Fleur de Lis had been adopted by the De Medici family as the ‘Giglio Fiorentino’, which in turn, became the official sigil of the city of Florence.

During the Renaissance era, the symbol was used in a plethora of artistic works, sigils and many more. It was particularly used as an expression of purity, representing the Holy Trinity with its three petals.

Just like in ancient times, the Fleur de Lis is used today, as a means to spread the message that the purity of good can triumph over the will of evil. It’s importance can hardly be overstated, for all the devils are here.

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Fiorello


“Growth is the great separator between those who succeed and those who do not”

-John C. Maxwell

The importance of personal growth can hardly be overstated. In fact, mankind has known this for quite some time. Countless works have been attributed to the disruptive effects of growing.

One of the more famous works, is arguably the Primavera, by Botticelli. As one of the most controversial paintings of all time, it is an icon of Florence’s art. Much ink has flown over its meaning, however, most experts agree on the painting being an homage to the ‘lush growth of spring’.

As individual growth is a cornerstone in life, the ‘Fiorello’ grasps its metaphorical nature and translates it into a living and breathing piece of art. The ‘Fiorello’, as our own homage, reminds us of its importance; for it is made for those who succeed.

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Once upon a time...

Machiavelli, De Medici, GIRATI. Inspired by the great renaissance era,
our newest collection is to make its stamp on history. Ready to feel the impact?

De Medici


"A foolish man lives for himself, a wise man lives with a purpose”

-Cosimo De Medici

The Medici family has always been associated with balls. Six of them to be exact. Their family weapon’s crest show six balls on a golden shield. It decorates numerous buildings all over Florence - an indication of the influence the family had over the city.

Even though their sigil is widely recognised it’s symbolism is shrouded in mystery and has been the object of much speculation over the years. It is believed to be a remembrance of the damage inflicted by one of the De Medicis, on Charlemagne’s knights in medieval times.

Today, their legacy is better known as a statement that family is the most important purpose in life; and a wise man, lives with a purpose

Sold out

Templar Shield


Besides a weapon, every great warrior needs a shield.

One of the most iconic shields in history perhaps, is the Shielded Templar's Cross.

Meant as a shield to guard its owner and protect others from evil powers, the Templar's Cross was respected by many, but feared, by many more.

Being great forces within the Renaissance era, the Templars’ influence continued long after that. As their popularity declined, its myths did not, however.

As every great warrior needs a shield, some warriors will become part of its legend.

Sold out

Fleur de Lis


"Hell is empty, and all the devils are here.”

-William Shakespeare

Mankind has always had a thing for attributing unlucky, unfair and bad things to some kind of ‘evil’. Many more, have been trying to defeat it.

However, no matter the stories, symbols or clans, not a single thing has had more influence in the representation of purity, as a means to destroy evil and cleanse this world of all it had touched, than the Fleur de Lis.

While being primarily associated with the French monarchy and being used on many European coat of arms since the 11th century, the Fleur de Lis had been adopted by the De Medici family as the ‘Giglio Fiorentino’, which in turn, became the official sigil of the city of Florence.

During the Renaissance era, the symbol was used in a plethora of artistic works, sigils and many more. It was particularly used as an expression of purity, representing the Holy Trinity with its three petals.

Just like in ancient times, the Fleur de Lis is used today, as a means to spread the message that the purity of good can triumph over the will of evil. It’s importance can hardly be overstated, for all the devils are here.

Sold out

Il Dito


"If someone puts a finger on you... show him yours!"

Over time, our fingers have been used for a plethora of different gestures, symbols, signs, etc. It is arguably one of the strongest assets of our body, if one is to make a point.

With ‘Il Dito’ we really wanted to make a piece which incorporated itself onto the body, as an extension of its argument. Because the ring really becomes part of the finger, we named it ‘the finger’ in Italian.

‘Il Dito’ really seeks to create the perfect balance between subtlety, divergency and pure rawness. As the embodiment of purity and power, it is made for those with a lion’s heart.

A perfect blend of elegance and a vintage look and feel, ‘Il Dito’ is your wingman to show them your finger.

Sold out

Fiorello


“Growth is the great separator between those who succeed and those who do not”

-John C. Maxwell

The importance of personal growth can hardly be overstated. In fact, mankind has known this for quite some time. Countless works have been attributed to the disruptive effects of growing.

One of the more famous works, is arguably the Primavera, by Botticelli. As one of the most controversial paintings of all time, it is an icon of Florence’s art. Much ink has flown over its meaning, however, most experts agree on the painting being an homage to the ‘lush growth of spring’.

As individual growth is a cornerstone in life, the ‘Fiorello’ grasps its metaphorical nature and translates it into a living and breathing piece of art. The ‘Fiorello’, as our own homage, reminds us of its importance; for it is made for those who succeed.

Sold out

Designed with Passion


"From the drawing table straight to your doorstep. Every step seamlessly connected, designed with one goal in mind: raw passion.

Designed with Passion


"From the drawing table straight to your doorstep. Every step seamlessly connected, designed with one goal in mind: raw passion.

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Release: 30-11-19