Oera reaches lightspeed for Edition 03, inciting Tabayer’s stringent design principles through the Inanna knot. Sparked by ancient Mesopotamian rites and platonic modernist form, Oera defies one meaning, material, or function. She stands instead as a force in constant revolution. For Edition 03, Tabayer seizes upon that energy and the sheer ends of Inanna’s knot find new ways to touch, its tips arcing to form a hoop, weighted with pave diamonds like the flowering ends of the reeds. One end of the Oera knot finds synergy with another, strengthening the protective bond that defines the power of an amulet.
Inanna extends its reach to form a choker resting around the nape of the neck and set with pave diamonds, gains volume as a structured pendant, then crescendos in the gathered crescents of a hoop earring. Oera draws inspiration from the traditional signet ring but takes it further—its two asymmetric blunted ends broadening out and meeting somewhere beyond the expectations of gender.
Handcrafted in Italy in Fairmined gold, the clarity of yellow gold or white gold flecked with white diamonds, or a burnished rose gold with subtle brown diamonds, elucidates the precision and direction of the Oera design for Edition 03.