About

OUR STORY

It starts with the stone—seen in the dream and warmed by the earth,rough to the touch and cold to the cheek, molded and mounted, framed and fraught. We rise with the vision, enter the fray. Where metal makes material, becomes the shape and season. Our dark lets in our light. Impulse rules with intuition. Around our necks, on our fingers, against our skin. The tension reveals truth that reality obscures. Our singularity expressed, emotions untamed. RAREFIED RARITIES. TRUTH IN FRICTION. ART OF SOUL — WORN AND ADORNED.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

The Mind of the Artist. The Hands of Artisans.

We make our fine art jewelry rough and ready-to-wear.

● Wild stones sourced and bought directly

● Raw materials only those with special skills understand

● Designed and manufactured by our team in Bangkok

● Sold online with no markups or middlemen

GERMAN

All of German’s work is inspired by his materials and what they whisper to him, the harmonies and conflicts he uncovers as he sits with a particular piece.

For German, the cockroach symbolizes both life and death. He met with a very special cockroach at a very critical time in his life. This cockroach kept his spirits alive. And when he found new life for himself, German honored the cockroach by making it his icon. 

Why are you working so much with raw stones?
Polished stones have no energy. Such stones go through a lot of artificial enrichment processes – heating, chemical processing, irradiation, etc. All of it is done to create shiny commercial product. In my opinion, it’s absolute stupidity, which kills the most precious aspect of the stone – it’s soul. I work with wild, virgin stones because I love their energy and the uniqueness in each piece. Their shapes were formed in the earth over millions of years. They are deeply rich and alive to me. I feel that their individuality, their flaws and textures are much more adorable than glamorous look of polished stones. I also prefer such women-accepting and emphasizing their natural beauty, instead of trying to be alike and the same, such as following cultural beauty and fashion standards.

How do you work?
I work very chaotically and intuitively. Kandinsky and Pollock inspire me with their approach. I never plan collections, as most jewelry companies do. My subconscious is expressed in my art. I trust my intuition much more than thinking logically. It works especially well with raw stones as I am inspired to invent by variety of their shapes, colors and forms. I have an impulse, an urge to create new jewelry every single day, and am a very prolific artist. Ho nesty in self-expression is very important to me, especially if it means going against demands and market trends.
How would you define your style?
People normally think of my jewelry as “Kabirski” style, due to not being able to categorize my work. I am inspired by nature, and weird, conflicting elements in nature that we frequently try to avoid. I love to find beauty in ugliness, surreal in the ordinary, dreams within the reality. I do not separate them from each other.
I mix organic forms and straig ht conflicting lines, using different textures for coating silver to resemble the textures I see in the ore, in the wild stones’ natural habitat. I want my art to remind people of their innately beautiful and conflicted nature. I want to create a sense of connection to everything, seeing awe and miracle in inanimate objects. I love to create dramatic, theatrical statement pieces to remind us of our boldness and our courage to be different.
Why do you have the cockroach as your brand symbol?

I’d had a very difficult time, being on the border between life and death due to serious illness and the need to transplant an organ. I planned my own funeral. I felt very isolated during the darkest days of that period in my life, but continued to work. There was a cockroach that desired never to leave my working table and he gave me company. Strangely, he inspired the hope in me that I would live and prosper. Cockroaches are the most indestructible creatures on Earth. Ever since then, I have deemed the cockroach and his qualities my true talisman