Discover our new fine jewellery collection, infused with decadent emotion.
Pendants in the Fine Range are solid gold, handcrafted using gems as colourful and warm as an Italian table spread.
As the leaves turn golden, and the sea grey, Olivia brings forth Love is Served for your delectation. A meditation on the healing power of moments of sharing, the treasures she has crafted are part of a new range of Fine jewellery which combine luxury and tradition.
Here, rubies and pomegranate seeds nestle against one another, sapphires glint like the scales of sea creatures, emeralds are as lush as grapes. Each precious gem is set using traditional Florentine techniques, catching the light and transforming it into dazzlingly colourful rays.
Set at the long Italian table, which sits at the heart of the home, Love is Served is a lush, emotive collection that embraces the deep emotions shared here. Both the feelings of heartbreak, and of healing the heart, become a part of our shared experience as we gather around the table. Olivia offers a collection made of the finest materials and craftsmanship, each piece hand-made to order, using solid gold.
This opera of feelings is the very essence of life, which is reflected in the passionate and rich designs of silver and gold jewels that caress the cheeses, fishes, fruits, and wines of Southern Italy. An ode to the collective memory built around food, community, culture, and human relationships, to raw hurt and to sublime connection, Love is Served vibrates with all that life is.
A design that is derived from the famed feminine power of the Medusa, the Gorgoneion is such a representation of woman’s strength that Athena herself was said to use it as protection. The Gorgoneion Radiance Pendant is encrusted with precious gems so abundant and natural, they seem to have bloomed across its surface like wildflowers.
Our Lady is also known as the Life Giving Spring. She protects the innocent, and defends the pure. Her divine light shines out from this medallion, wreathed as she is with sparkling, with an ombré crown of rose-coloured pink sapphires and rhodolite garnet.
A birthstone pendant is a special and personal item of jewellery, that connects the wearer to a stone that has special significance to the unique aspects of their personality. Wearing one’s birthstone has traditionally been associated with alignment, giving one a sense of well-being. The Amethyst for February children offers courage to those who wear it. It is a stone of comfort, and of inner strength. It was reserved for royalty in times gone by, and its purple tones remain strongly connected to the image of nobility.
This ancient stater is a relic of a past civilisation. The traditional engravings represent the craftsmanship of the artisans who came before us, whose knowledge has been handed down over thousands of years. The Stater is surrounded by radiant diamonds, which inspire creativity and ingenuity.
The classic Moon Face pendant captures feminine celestial energy. As the moon governs the movements of the tides in and out, in her dance through the heavens she also represents the ebb and flow of a woman’s divine force. The Ruby Moon Face Pendant is surrounded by scarlet rubies, which shield the heart energy.
The noble image of a regent is at the centre of this ancient coin, sourced by Olivia in the bazaars of Istanbul. Tsavorite garnets and deep blue sapphires are embedded in its solid gold surface, blending the emotional openness of green & blue gems with the luxury of precious metal.
Deep in the hills of Genovese Italy, there is a sanctuary dedicated to the Madonna of Montallegro. It is said that in the 16th Century Mother Mary appeared to a peasant on a hillside, and showed him this portrait as a sign of her love for all people. The next day the same portrait appeared on the hillside, where the sanctuary was then built. Many times, others came to claim the portrait but whenever it was removed from its home in the Genovese hills the portrait would miraculously reappear in the sanctuary once more. Set with tsavorite garnets and amethysts.
A birthstone pendant is a special and personal item of jewellery, that connects the wearer to a stone that has special significance to the unique aspects of their personality. Wearing one’s birthstone has traditionally been associated with alignment, giving one a sense of well-being. Citrine for November is a deep yellow stone thought to help in decision making, bringing deep insight and clarity to one’s life and one’s thoughts.
The Lydia Lion is one of the most famous symbols ever to be placed on coinage. It represents a society so prosperous that the king who made the Lydia Lion has become part of an adage: “As rich as Croesus”. Croesus was known for being wise and discerning, trusting only the oracle who answered him thus when asked to prove her insight:
I know the sand's number and the measures of the sea.
I understand the mute and hear him though he does not speak.
Night of your birth... The Leonids they were called. God how the stars did fall. I looked for blackness, holes in the heavens. - Cormac McCarthy
The meteorites that make up the shower known as the Leonids seem to emerge from the constellation Leo in the sky. In fact, this is an optical illusion: it is the Earth which moves through the trail of the comet. The meteorites are made of parts of the comet as parts of it are heated and detach as it passes Jupiter and nears the sun. Their rough but dazzling particles illuminate the Earth in the month of November, radiating with brilliance in the dark night sky. Set with an Australian Parti sapphire.