We chose them for their spiritual attributes, for the waves they give off. It’s also a way of reconnecting to the Earth’s energy.

Pierre Biver

The silver Obsidian

Silver Obsidian is a rare and singular variety of Obsidian. It is so brilliant that its faces are adorned with delicate silver reflections.

Blue Sodalite

The Blue Sodalite’s deep blue color and distinctive marble-like white grooves make it a delicate material prized for its beauty.


A stone with unique reflections, the Opal is widely used in jewelry. It is appreciated for its reflection of light, which, depending on the angle from which it is viewed, adorns the stone with singular, shimmering reflections.


The Sapphire is a precious stone favored not only for its beauty, but also for its high resistance to scratches. This is why watch glasses today are usually fashioned from Sapphire.


The Onyx is a variety of agate whose use dates back to Antiquity. Sometimes difficult to work with, it is today widely used in fine jewelry for its smooth, brilliant surface.


Recognizable by its vibrant green and intricate patterns, the Malachite is often used as an ornamental stone, for jewelry or works of art. Traces of its use go all the way back to ancient Egypt.

The Ruby heart

Traditionally, Ruby is used to enhance a watch’s precision, durability and reliability over time. Rarer and more difficult to work with, a Ruby heart is a stone appreciated for its delicate marbling and characteristic burgundy hue.

Mother of pearl

Captivating with its multiple reflections, mother-of-pearl adorns the dial of this titanium timepiece. The mother-of-pearl’s guilloché and polishing work amplifies the refined purity of this exceptional timepiece.

Used by man since prehistoric times to fashion tools, black obsidian fascinates with its mysterious hue and volcanic structure.