The Moor Man completes the base ring mechanism of the collection designed by Acchitto combining the savoir-faire communicated by gold to its contemporary design and unique style.
The male figure is inspired by the Venetian and Sicilian Moors who, in turn, mix with others
Influences of whose origin is eclectic.
The royal headdress that adorns the head of the Moor Man is a royal crown of the maharajahs which arises to emblem of victory but, above all, of royalty.
The crown is universally considered the symbol of qualities attributable to the nobility of the soul.
The matelassé motif that adorns the royal crown is raised and enhanced by opulence
of gold, of which the Moor is constituted. In the version without glazes, gold emerges in its more authentic form.
The character is shown in all its exclusivity by adorning itself with crystals.
The particular shuttles cut of the central hematite makes itself protagonist on the summit of the crown, of which it represents the most extreme and characterizing element.
The hematite crystal symbolizes the inner and outer stability to which the human being for his own nature aspires.