MUVO, the cosmic egg

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Muvo is one of my first collections, which makes it a very special collection. My first jewelry mold I took a tiny fossil from a sea urchin. It is a piece that has always given me good luck, it contains a lot of strength and its fractal shape is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful creations of nature.

According to the medieval tradition, inspired by the Celtic legend, fossils of sea urchins were the eggs that snakes, during the full moon, incubated after a great orgy. It was said that only a qualified alchemist could capture that egg when it was thrown into the air. It was considered a very powerful instrument for magic and alchemy. Already in my works "snake eggs" (2012) I was inspired by this legend. From here comes the name of the Muvo collection ("ovum" inverted).

They are therefore pieces with a great symbolic value that combine beauty, legend and ancestral culture. By carrying them we move to a world where myths are as real as the sea or the land we tread.

With the campaign of Muvo, we started a line of work, "No Muses", recovering the figure of great women in history. For Muvo, we recovered the figure of Maude Fealy one of the most beautiful and mysterious actresses in the history of cinema. Actress and dramatist of which we have spoken these weeks through RRSS.

Maude Fealy was not only one of the first actresses of those beginnings of a silent, theatrical and spooky cinema. Fealy was an excellent dramatist and teacher of success that I hope time does not end up forgetting.

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  • MUVO, the cosmic egg
    By : Anneliese On 2018 17th December
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