Philosophy and luxury
We see in jewellery the sense of consciously enjoying it. Jewellery is luxury and therefore in the discussion about essential values it is actually dispensable. If we nevertheless decide to own jewellery, it is with an awareness of its beauty, the skill with which it was made and the symbolic power it radiates in form, colour, material and value.
Ring Soirée: white gold with mandarin garnet, black vitreous enamel and diamonds
Whether you purchase jewellery for yourself or give it as a thoughtful gift – you will first have a thorough look at the preciousness of your choice. Take a critical look at the brand’s own statements, take a look behind the scenes, ask questions, weigh up the pros and cons, get advice, check. Become an expert before you become a customer. Conscious luxury consumption is the targeted decision for what is good and true. Only buy what you have recognized as true and good and suitable for you personally as owner.
Ear studs Celeste: yellow gold, aquamarine, opalescent blue guilloche enamel
Then and only then will ownership, even just looking at this very special piece, make you lastingly happy. Some pieces of jewellery become so much a part of us in the course of a lifetime that we almost feel amputated without them. We worry about these pieces, as if they were a family heirloom, which they may then become. But all having without conscious being is hollow and empty. Human maturity does not see luxury as the highest good. It consciously enjoys it as part of the good life and takes pleasure in it as a symbol of personal development and success.