The Cross

From Emperor Constantine (in hoc signo vinces) to medieval knights, from east to west, in architecture as in jewelry, in the past as in the present, the cross remains a sign that represents the beliefs of Christians of all denominations. We have interpreted it via a symbolic journey through the various places of worship in Christianity (Rome, Byzantium, Jerusalem, Mount Athos) and again via the footsteps of St. Francis and the early Christians. The criteria have remained the same: precious metals, enamel and craftsmanship. Essential elements of the Rosarium collection, the crosses have evolved into pendants, charms and bracelets designed, not as symbols of fashion, but as symbols of belonging.


Fos kai Zoe

The cross contains the two words in ancient Greek: "Fos" (Light) and "Zoe" (Life), and it’s their intersection that makes up the Cross. This cross was found in the tomb of one of the knights of St. John, accompanied by an explanation of the symbol which is believed to be the first cross to be worn by early Christians.



One of the most unique crosses in the Rosarium collection, with a classic shape on which we’ve combined various styles, the rough top contrasts with the cream enamel on the sides, combining aesthetic simplicity and purity, a barren land ready to be made fruitful.


An idea within a story

I like to think that a Rosarium on a person's finger represents them and reveals things about them. So what does it reveal? It reveals a life experience that's based on looking to the heavens. In this way, we witness without saying a word. When I wear it, you can see who I am inside. It doesn't cover me; it reveals me.