New pieces from the Amaia collection by Marco Dal Maso: the moon is transformed into jewels ♦ ︎
In case you do not know it, Amaia is one of the ten most popular female names of the Maori language, the indigenous population of New Zealand. But it is also the name of the first collection dedicated to the woman of Marco Dal Maso, a designer who equally loves the world of jewelry and the culture of the country in the southern hemisphere. So much so that in New Zealand Dal Maso has lived for a long time, learning the customs, traditions and legends of the indigenous population. The name Amaia in the Maori language, for example, describes the lunar rainbow that on certain clear nights you can glimpse around the moon.
After a first version of the Amaia jewelry line, here is a new proposal from the Venetian jeweler.
The jewels are made of 18 carat yellow gold, with champagne diamonds and enriched with green and yellow corundums. The style takes up the concept of concentric circles, with engraved logos and rocky texture, which refers to the iridescent rainbow that forms around the terrestrial satellite due to atmospheric humidity. As the jewelry of Marco Dal Maso dedicated to man, even those for the female world have a strong character, almost tribal, and probably can also please the custodians of the ancient Maori traditions. Although they are distributed by luxury stores, such as Luisaviaroma and Neiman Marcus.