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    ViBURNUM is a hand carved locked chain, with an optional flower-link at the back in 100% recycled sterling silver.


    For a wearer leaning towards masculine, but with the softness of acknowledging spring’s first flower. This ring is all about mobility and immobility. Carved over a great length of time from one single block, this design chips away to the delicate core of us all. Little moments of decorative detail weave between each link inspired by the metal chain used to protect great monuments. Optional fortitude of flower-link is available, or soldas an adjustable open ring.


    Flower foraged by Olga Morozova in Popudrenko Park, Ukraine. March 2022.


    *Limited Edition release.* There will be just 1/10 of each variation available in Batch 01, so get yours whilst you can. 


    “ViBURNUM is the national symbol of Ukraine. The red viburnum is a plant that represents the grace, pride and resilience of Ukraine. It is found in literature and in the Ukrainian psyche and the plant is known for its hardiness and ability to thrive in a variety of environments. The Fortitude Chain Ring with its flower theme is a reliable representation of the resilience and grace of Viburnum and Ukraine.

    Furthermore, in September I launched with a Ukrainian artist a playlist with the same name that showcases Ukrainian music and sounds underpinning the grace and grit of our creatives.”


    Questions4Later (Q4L), Ukrainian Musician.



    925 Sterling Silver



    Available in two variations: 

    With Flower link (fortitude without flowers) - Open ring

    No Flower Link (fortitude with flowers) - A locked chain with a mobile flower link. 



    Silver, Oxidised Black



    Please allow 2 weeks to hand make yours. 


      LOVELETTER TO KYIV | Spring 2023

      Dreamlike in aesthetic, the designs reveal texture left behind from the war flowers which were burnt into the metal surface. The flowers were picked from the new frontlines in Kyiv and eternalised in recycled precious metals. 

      The project began in March when a brave Kyivan artist Olga Morozova agreed to go searching for flowers as her city fell ablaze. The pressed botanicals, were picked by Morozova in the first spring as frost thawed and bombing raids tormented Kyiv. The collection is a symbol of hope and flourishing in a time of great upheaval; a reminder that while life may be fragile, it is also resilient.

      Celebrating the creative voices of 6 Ukranian Muses behind the collection, who have the power to inspire and create.


      20% sales to support artists in Ukraine. 

    • MUSE

      Q4L | MUSE

      Questions4later (Q4L), @Questions4later, is known for reworking moody Toronto hip hop influences into his signature rap style. We are drawn to the strength of his creative voice and multidisciplinary practice of connecting new audiences to his hometown of Kyiv.

      Originally from Kyiv, Ukraine, Questions4Later spent his early years in Toronto before moving to London, UK. Throughout this time he always kept close to his Ukrainian roots whilst being influenced by the discovery of new music genres. With a hip hop foundation, his unique voice weaves a North American influence with his Ukrainian heritage.

      Q4L creates to inspire connections and motivate people to consider life’s vulnerable moments and feel comfortable with the unknown.



      20% of sales will go to Future of Ukraine, a foundation that artist Olga Morozova has set up for this collection and project.

      The fund has been set up to help support talented young artists in Kyiv by providing essential art supplies and materials to further their skills. 

      Many students who remained in Kyiv during the war have been unable to escape the realities of frequent air raids, violence and disruptions. Olga has been teaching in the shelters, and has noticed how powerful this time can be to create art, build their own realities and nurture skills. With Olgas' teaching, and access to tools through this foundation, we can invest in the talented younger generations in Ukraine.

      "I think this will help the gifted youth. Many students cannot buy the necessary materials (paints, canvases, ect.) and they really want the support. After all, they stayed in Kyiv, often working in extreme conditions, but they never ceased to enjoy life and hope." Olga Morozova, discusses the dream behind 'Future of Ukraine' foundation. 

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