THE VARNOS COLLECTION

A celebration of exquisite craftsmanship,
ancient meanings and the finest materials.

THE VARNOS COLLECTION

A celebration of exquisite craftsmanship,
ancient meanings and the finest materials.

Varnos Black Diamond RomanVarnos Black Diamond Roman
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Varnos Opal RomanVarnos Opal Roman
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Varnos Opal Roman

From 1,860 USD
Varnos Red Garnet RomanVarnos Red Garnet Roman
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Varnos Red Garnet Roman

From 1,460 USD
Varnos Ruby RomanVarnos Ruby Roman
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Varnos Ruby Roman

From 1,760 USD
Varnos Peridot RomanVarnos Peridot Roman
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Varnos Peridot Roman

From 1,620 USD
Varnos Bronzite RomanVarnos Bronzite Roman

Varnos Bronzite Roman

From 1,340 USD
Varnos Lapis Lazuli RomanVarnos Lapis Lazuli Roman
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Varnos Black Spinel RomanVarnos Black Spinel Roman

Varnos Black Spinel Roman

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From 1,360 USD
Varnos Lapis LazuliVarnos Lapis Lazuli
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Varnos Lapis Lazuli

From 1,635 USD
Varnos Black SpinelVarnos Black Spinel
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Varnos Black Spinel

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From 1,635 USD
Varnos Tiger EyeVarnos Tiger Eye
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Varnos Tiger Eye

From 1,560 USD

THE JOURNEY

When first thinking about the Varnos collection,
we began a quest to discover the origins of jewelry and studied a multitude of ancient civilizations.

Wherever we looked we saw that they all used gemstones,
precious metals and cultural symbols.
These elements define what fine jewelry is for humankind.

Each Varnos is handcrafted by our Master Silversmith with all of these elements in mind.

 

The Owl of Minerva 
was a symbol associated with the Goddess, Minerva, and the wearer is said to have great wisdom and knowledge.

The Oak Tree 
was a symbol that meant strength, power, and endurance for Romans. It would be worn to prove you are an unshakable force in adversity.

The Labyrinth 
was a symbol worn to trap evils spirits and protect their wearer from harm. The evil can never escape the puzzle of the Labyrinth.

The Scorpion 
was the symbol of Rome’s most elite soldiers, the Praetorian Guard. They used it to strike fear into their enemies, and nobody got in their way.

EXPERIENCE THE VARNOS YOURSELF

THE JOURNEY

When first thinking about the Varnos collection,
we began a quest to discover the origins of jewelry and studied a multitude of ancient civilizations.

Wherever we looked we saw that they all used gemstones,
precious metals and cultural symbols.
These elements define what fine jewelry is for humankind.

Each Varnos is handcrafted by our Master Silversmith with all of these elements in mind.

 

THE 4 ROMAN SYMBOLS

The Labyrinth 
was a symbol worn to trap evils spirits and protect their wearer from harm. The evil can never escape the puzzle of the Labyrinth.

The Owl of Minerva 
was a symbol associated with the Goddess, Minerva, and the wearer is said to have great wisdom and knowledge.

The Oak Tree 
was a symbol that meant strength, power, and endurance for Romans. It would be worn to prove you are an unshakable force in adversity.

The Scorpion 
was the symbol of Rome’s most elite soldiers, the Praetorian Guard. They used it to strike fear into their enemies, and nobody got in their way.

EXPERIENCE THE VARNOS YOURSELF