Signed by the Mallorcan painter residing in New York , Domingo Zapata,...
Rose gold ring with rose sapphires
Renown Jewellery designer Isabel Guarch is delighted to provide you with...
Isabel Guarch selects exquisite pieces of high jewelery following the...
A new design with more than 500 years of history. The result is here, an exclusive interpretation of the Calatrava Cross that Isabel Guarch has created for you and for all of us who carry Mallorca in our hearts.
Created from the bracelet named "Granit", of Phoenician origin, one of the many cultures that have existed in Mallorca as a strategic trade point over the centuries.
First came the inspiration, then the idea, later the investigation and the design, and, subsequently, the production, with pieces of jewelry and authentic handcrafted fabrics.
The Mallorcan woman used gold and silver buttons to button up the sleeves of the traditional "gipó". They were handcrafted and only made by order. Now we have recovered them for you.
The "cordoncillo" was a very important piece of Mallorcan jewelry. It came to be a part of the women's dowry, and its origin dates back to the late Middle Ages.
Inspired by the rose window found in Palma's Cathedral and its magical game of lights.
The sea and its elements reflected in a collection that combines a blue soul with the golden, silver, and white shades of the sunrise and sunset.
Inspired by the almond blossom in the Mallorcan Sierra. Jewels that evoke that freshness, color and nature that characterized it so much.
Starting with the traditional "Emprendada" necklace, the "Formentera Day & Night" collection was born, inspired by the day's light and the night's magic of the Mediterranean island.
Inspired by Jaume II's ancient silver real, the first coin minted in Mallorca in the 12th century.
Nature's perfection, that of the tree that fights and survives even against all odds. The eternal freedom and beauty of an idyllic landscape.
Nature, design and Mediterranean essence come together to transmit the beauty and movement of the Balearic lizard.
Word game of the hometown of the designer and the date palm. It symbolizes Palma as an open city, a crucible of cultures and coexistence.
Inspired by the geometric shapes of the rose of the winds, whose invention is attributed to Ramon Llull, and whose 8-pointed stars also appear in the hydraulic tiles Huguet has been making in Mallorca since 1933.