The Charm Series belonging to Corallia collection is inspired by red coralline algae. Their surrealistic shapes are the origin of a series where your dreams and plans are represented in different charms. Each one is conceived to bring you inspiration for your life and as a reminder of your dreams.
Aster comes from the word 'ἀστήρ', which means 'star' in Ancient Greek, due to its small size and curious shape. Stars have been used throughout History as an orientation and guide, especially in sea journeys. A metaphor of your spiritual travel, choose Aster charm if you want a guide in your choices and an inspiring reference in every aspect of your life.
Part of Corallia collection, its name comes from Latin, borrowed from Ancient Greek; it is the plural of corallium, meaning 'corals.' This name captures the strength of our natural environment, makes reference to scientific nomenclature in Natural History and reflects on our Mediterranean heritage.
Evocation of the serene presence of corals underwater, its art lies in forms and empty spaces playing to conform a continuum where the light slides softly.
Corallia Aster Charm is handcrafted and available in gold vermeil recycled silver, recycled silver and gold plated brass.
Size: length: 22 mm.
- Brass: 1,85 g approximately.
Percentage of metals:
- Gold Plated Brass: 100% brass + 5 micron gold plated.
Origin: Handcrafted in Spain.
How to wear it: perfect for your daily life to wear it in your favourite chain or silk thread.
Combine it with: Corallia Kyklos hoops or any of the earrings from the collection for a touch of light in your daily look.
* Each piece is handmade locally, so that its appearance and size may vary slightly. This necklace is made from different pieces we select for you, so your jewel may differ from image, making each piece unique.
* Due to sustainability reasons, we have a limited stock, so most pieces are made to order, please allow 21 working days for delivery. If you need your order sooner, please contact us and we will try to accommodate your request.