Collection: Croissant

Gold and Rodhium plated jewelry that resembles a croissant is the must have of the moment! With incredible pieces of jewelry, combined with the trend of textured metals, they have gained strength in recent years for introducing new movements in fashion. And speaking of croissants, this delicacy – contrary to what many people think – does not originate from France, but from Austria. The croissant became popular in France due to the marriage of the always iconic Marie Antoinette, who was Austrian, with King Louis XIV. The story goes that she was forbidden to bring any souvenirs from her home country, and eating the croissants was the only thing that reminded her of home. The word means “crescent” in French, and refers to the Moon phase of the same name. Discover the collection that is already iconic and full of meanings.