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Soluna Jewellery – British Design, Peruvian Spirit

Fashion | January 15, 2018 |

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Soluna Jewellery
British Design, Peruvian Spirit
Finest jewellery wrapped in pure Peruvian mysticism

Soluna brand name comes from merging two Spanish words that have a deep meaning in ancient Peruvian societies. Their worship of the sun and moon, their love of gold and sliver are key factors that have shaped Soluna brand name. 

SOL: The sun, which represented the mighty god, and LUNA: The moon, which represented the main goddess. In ancient times, only the emperor (or Inca) and the royal family were allowed to wear gold and other people could wear silver and other semi-precious stones. By its fresh British designs, Soluna aspires to offer you modern and high-end jewellery that will make you stand out and have a positive impact on your lifestyle. Soluna Jewellery will also allow you to tell your friends and peers an interesting story as each of Soluna‘s creations have been inspired by Peru’s rich heritage. Differentiate yourself. Wear Soluna Jewellery.

 

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Located in South-America, Peru was known as the centre of the famous Inca Empire. A culture where gold and silver used to drap their Kings and Queens. Thousands of years ago, this civilisatlon developed exceptional craftsmanship with metal techniques. Designed by jewellery designers in London, Soluna Jewellery will transform the way you look and the way you feel. Each piece of jewelery has a tale to tell a unique symbolisation, a story from the past. In addition to Soluna unique designs, great quality and impeccable care is key to Soluna that is why them insist that Soluna metals are sourced in Peru and that our pleces of jewellery are handmade by skillful masters.

 

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All pieces are accredited by the highest standards of quality: the London Goldsmith’s Company. To guarantee the authenticity, all Soluna creations undergo a strict quality process which is clearly shown in the hallmark engraving. At Soluna Jewellery, they belleve that buying a jewellery is a unique and personal experience. That is why Soluna personal shoppers are here to help you source the perfect gift, dlscuss a piece of jewellery or place an order. All Soluna creations come with a luxury European packaging creating a unique experience when receiving a Soluna Jewellery. Personalise your jewellery by engraving a name, message, date, sentiment or any thing you would like to say, making your jewellery exceptional.

 

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GOLD COINS
Soluna captured the history, culture and essence of the Peruvian coins system with Soluna’s Gold Coins collection. Nonetheless, Soluna has also added modern elements, which make the collection wearable and fashionable in the current day and age. The result is a collection of jewellery that has a lot of meaning and is timeless in terms of design.

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JAGUAR
The Jaguar is an opportunistic predator that stalks and ambushes its prey. It is at the top of its food chain and the third largest feline. Yet, it’s an anlmal boasting complete grace and beauty, a sheer site to behold. Beautiful but successful, graceful yet powerful: the perfect contrast. It was only right for Soluna to create a Soluna Jewellery collection based on the Jaguar. Not only does this animal play a key role in Peruvian culture, but it symbolises traits every women wants to feel: beautiful, strong, empowered, in control, daring and ready to take on the word.

 

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INCA CROSS
The Inca cross was one of their symbolisms and beliefs, which has many meaning. For example, Incas believed in three levels of existence. This includes the lower or underworld, represented by the snake; the middle or current world, represented by the puma; and finally the upper world of the gods, represented by the condor. As you can now see, there is great depth of meaning associated with this intriguing cross, which is why Soluna has used it for inspiration throughout Inca Cross collections.

 

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THE SUN
The Sun God, Intì, was worshipped by Incas. Their worship of the sun directly relates to their love of gold. Each temple to the Sun God – and there were many – were laced in gold. The Inca emperor and the royal family would wear the finest gold, not only to display their imperial power and to distinguish themselves from common people, but also as a celebration of the sun. Exquisite gold and silver metal is used throughout our entire collection, acknowledging the role it played in Inca culture, and of course recognising the value of such precious metal in jewellery design today.

 

Soluna Jewellery
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MOSAIC
To celebrate this skill that has been passed on through thousands of years, Soluna brings to you the Mosaic Collection. The jewellery combines silver metal and natural stones that have been skillfully assembled together. Soluna Mosaic Collection is brought to life with a London design edge, creating contemporary jewellery which stems from unique Peruvian Inspiration.

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