Ring. Ancient Roman Intaglio (200 AD)
Earrings. Ancient Egyptian Faience Beads (900 BC)
Cufflinks. Napoleonic Uniform Buttons (1804 – 1815 AD)
Jewelry is an expression of personal and social identity, and – as such – jewelry is ultimately a story. In the age of information, precious stories are the new precious stones.
Connected by the religious belief that the new luxury combines beautiful objects with meaningful stories, Oktaaf is created by Ainoa Casullas Corres, a Spanish jewelry designer, and Karel De Beule, a Belgian internet entrepreneur. Oktaaf combines contemporary designs with authentic antiquities. Each Oktaaf piece is first and foremost a human history.
At GemGenève the brand will premiere several unique creations, including 10.000 years old Mesopotamian beads and the first ever jewelry designed by an Artificial Intelligence.