- 50% oxidized nickel silver, 25% aquamarine, 15% zirconia, 10% lacquered brass
- Length of necklace with clasp 56 cm
- Length of extension 8.5 cm
- Length of the pendant 16.5 cm
- Width of the pendant up to 5 cm
- Lobster claw clasp
How was the jewelry from the Morocco collection created?
During her travels, Anna Orska is constantly looking for new inspiration. In the delightful colors and scents of Marrakech, her heart was stolen by the artistic metalwork workshops, where lamps with intricate, openwork structures are created. She transformed the pieces, which are traditionally made from golden brass, into jewelry-like designs made by local masters from silver and nickel silver, and then covered them at the ORSKA workshop in graphite oxidation, highlighting the patterns made using the repousse technique. She contrasted the dark surface of the main elements with golden details in the form of stone settings. She additionally complemented some of the designs with sea-blue zirconias, faceted aquamarines and plated sapphires. The collection, which has a strong ethnic character, was given a more contemporary touch, thanks to the skillful combination of minimalist accents with glamorous elements. Jewelry surrounded by the aromas of Morocco can bring the magical atmosphere of the tales of one thousand and one nights into your life.
Short necklace with blue aquamarines and a magnificent pendant
The short necklace was handcrafted from a string of faceted aquamarines in shades of blue combined with three cubic zirconias set in a golden brass setting. The large pendant on the front was created in a local Moroccan workshop from nickel silver. The Marrakech masters cut out the floral design and gave it an openwork structure, which was finished with a teardrop-shaped stone attached at the end. The nickel silver elements were oxidized at the ORSKA workshop and given a graphite color contrasting with the stones in shades of blue. The whole piece is closed with a lobster claw clasp, a few centimeter extension and a small ORSKA logo.
Jewelry with natural aquamarines
The mellow blue of natural aquamarine evokes associations with the smooth surface of the sea. These stones were once called the treasure of mermaids. Sailors used them as a talisman to bring good fortune and courage. Jewelry inspired by the treasures of Morocco is a perfect gift idea for travelers, for whom, according to beliefs, it will bring good luck and protection; however, it will also work as a gift for all lovers of original jewelry.