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Fine jew­eller Or­taea’s Ar­mor col­lec­tion was in­spired by a steel ban­gle, which was gifted to the brand’s cre­ative di­rec­tor Mita Vohra by her mother. A tal­is­manic piece, it was a sym­bol of pro­tec­tion from a mother to her child.

The Ar­mor col­lec­tion in 18-karat gold pays trib­ute to the power in­side each of us. Draw­ing in­spi­ra­tion from his­tory, mythol­ogy and astron­omy and the mys­te­ri­ous cos­mos, each piece har­nesses the power of these in­flu­ences. The gold and di­a­mond pieces por­tray the soft­ness and strength found in ev­ery in­di­vid­ual.

The rose or white gold ban­gles stud­ded with white di­a­monds take the shape of a shield and evoke Mita’s child­hood grow­ing up in Africa. The Ar­mor rings in black or yel­low gold get their move­ment due to fine coils of gold and di­a­mond that wrap the fin­ger.

Eth­i­cal sourc­ing of gems and so­cial re­spon­si­bil­ity are a core part of the brand’s ethos, with a zero tol­er­ance for con­flict di­a­monds.

Avail­able at OR­TAEA, UK www.har­veyn­i­

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