The transformation begins when mosses are delicately covered with a thin layer of porcelain, gradually altering their natural state. The essence lies in the paradox between the loss of organic material and the emergence of new elements composing the jewelry. This shift in environment—from the beach to the body—brings about a change in sensory experience, transitioning from the scent of the sea to the fragrance of the skin.
As the repetitive patterns of mosses amalgamate into a cohesive entity, they undergo a porcelain metamorphosis. Porcelain, renowned for its refined composition comprising tiny particles of quartz and kaolin, showcases the intrinsic ability of these elements to unite and form a new whole, mirroring the original forms found in nature.