OF ANCIENT ORIGIN
Legendary gold jewelry unearthed from the past, weaving exciting tales of protection, love, and loyalty. Release 02 is comprised of 5 epic pieces from Ancient civilizations that have stood the test of time, and remain eternal today.
In ancient Greece gold was considered most precious to the gods, it is mentioned often in Greek mythology, and men and women alike loved to adorn themselves in this rich, warm hue.
THE 800BC RING
Hailing from its namesake, the 800BC ring is a true unique work of unparalleled artistry and design. Ancient Greeks would wear gold spirals in their hair, the original mode de port of this style ring. Today we have modernized it by crafting it as a unique ring that you can wear and treasure forever.
800BC ring handcrafted by FUTURA with 18kt Fairmined Ecological gold.
A one-of-a-kind ring that is just as inspiring today as it was when it was conceptualized in Ancient Greece over 2800 years ago, engraved by hand it features the iconic Grecian key pattern, symbolizing infinity.
We love to imagine how beautiful this ring was, styled by the Ancient Greeks with their togas and sandals, and how after all this time the 800BC ring is just as contemporary for styling with jeans and a classic white tee in today's world.
Original design of the 800BC ring.
Ancient Minoan (Greek) Woman with gold jewelry in her hair.
ancient power hoops
This particular style of hoops were so highly regarded as a design, that many similar earrings became prevalent across Ancient Europe. The Ancient Power Hoops have been worn and immortalized in artworks and sculptures by the ancient Minoan (Greek) culture. This style was very popular among women as they believed them to be powerful talismans of protection that would ward off negative energy.
Ancient Power hoops handcrafted by FUTURA with 18kt Fairmined Ecological gold.
There are many Ancient Minoans frescoes that have survived today, depicting "Saffron Gatherers" who wore these beaded hoop style earrings. Ancient Minoan women were tasked with the gathering of saffron, a then expensive commodity. They wore these hoops for protection against harm while gathering this highly sought after spice.
Original design of the Ancient Power Hoops Circa 1st Century AD.
An Ancient Minoan (Greek) woman wearing the Ancient Power Hoops.
Gold hoops are a must-have staple for anyone's jewelry box, with good reason. Hoops are some of the oldest types of earrings worn by women and men for millennia. They are one of the few pieces of jewelry that remain modern and timeless from so long ago. Hoops have always been in vogue, and we have good reason to believe that they always will remain so.SHOP NOW
THE LION RING
Double headed Lion ring handcrafted by FUTURA with 18kt Fairmined Ecological gold.
Fierce and brave, the Lion has been an important symbol for many cultures around the globe.The Ancient Greeks revered the lion as it symbolized courage in the face of challenges. It was a harbinger of power and wisdom that is still relevant to us in our modern society.
Original design of the double headed Lion Circa 1st Century AD.
An Ancient Greek mosiac of a lion, CA 4th Century BC.
THE ELENA BRACELET
The Elena bracelet expertly handcrafted by FUTURA with 18kt Fairmined Ecological gold.
Inspired by nature, the Elena bracelet is an Ancient masterpiece. The Palmette motif subtly reminds us of our connection to, and reverence of the natural world.
Original design of the double headed Lion, Circa 1st Century AD.
An Ancient Greek vase with palmette motif, late 5th century B.C.
In the Ancient Kingdom of Nabataea, gold was highly revered and was often given as religious offerings. Artisans crafted many epic pieces of jewelry from it, and was worn by both men and women as a symbol of status.
THE DEITY EARRINGS
Similar to the Ancient Power Hoops, the Deity earrings were worn and treasured by the Ancient Nabatean people not only for their exquisite beauty, but also to protect them in their daily lives from negative energy.
Deity earrings handcrafted by FUTURA with 18kt Fairmined Ecological gold.
Original design of the Deity earrings Circa 2nd Century AD.
An Ancient Nabataean sculpture of a woman wearing gold jewelry.