Rooted In Legend.

Modern Day Mythology.

Our history is a rich tapestry of inspiration. Our ancestors cultivated many traditions that live on thousands of years later. That’s the kind of timelessness we can only aspire to.

Scratch beneath the surface of any of the key design elements behind Talsam and you’ll find the thread of a legendary tale from millennia gone by.

Talsam: The Original Digital Love Talisman

The name “Talsam” is a play on the word “Talisman,” an object that is designed to protect its wearer from harm or bring them fortune.

Talismans have been around for thousands of years, used in various forms across civilizations. From the evil eye to the four-leaf clover, talismans are an ever-present part of our modern day lives.

The Lyra Constellation: Ancient Greece

The Lyra Constellation is a group of six stars in the northern sky. It contains Vega, the fifth brightest star in the sky and the first star to be photographed after the Sun.

In Ancient Greek mythology, Lyra represents the lyre of Orpheus, who was considered to be the greatest musician of his time. Legend has it that Zeus placed Orpheus’ lyre in the sky after he died.

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The Lyra Constellation: China and Japan

In Chinese and Japanese mythology, Lyra is associated with a love story between a goddess, represented by Vega, and a mortal, represented by a star named Altair.

Separated in the night sky by the Milky Way, the two lovers are allowed to meet once a year, when a celestial bridge of magpies connects the two stars.

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Amazonite

Amazonite is a soothing stone that is thought to have a calming effect and an array of healing qualities. Some say that it boosts loving communication and even has the potential to empower you to discover your truth.

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Black Sardonyx

Black Sardonyx is a stone of protection and strength. It is said that the Ancient Greeks and Romans believed Sardonyx rewarded its wearer with true love and faithfulness.

Wearing this stone is thought to attract friends and fortune. 

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Blue Goldstone

Blue Goldstone is historically known as Aventurine Glass, from the Italian word for 'accidental,' because it is said that it was accidentally discovered by alchemist monks, who were trying to make gold. Its sparkle comes from flecks of copper suspended in glass.

It is the stone of ambition, promoting wisdom, energy, and courage. 

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Gray Agate

Gray Agate is known as a grounding stone that harmonizes the mind, body, and soul. It has been used for healing as far back as Babylon and it was considered so powerful in Medieval times that tying it to the horns of oxen was thought to yield a plentiful harvest.

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Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli has been sought after for its protective qualities for centuries. The sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen was lined with this stone and it is said that Michelangelo grounded it up into powder and used it to paint the Sistine Chapel.

Lapis is thought to shield its wearer from harm and bestow them with wisdom, truth, and understanding.

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White Howlite

White Howlite is a stone of awareness and positivity. It is thought to have therapeutic properties, helping to absorb anger and release tension. It promotes peace, kindness, and calmness.

Some even say that wearing it has the same effect as spending hours in a spa. 

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Crafted By Hand.

We left no stone unturned in our quest to create a piece of jewelry that would sweep loved ones everywhere off their feet.

Talsam is designed in New York and produced in Europe. Every charm is handmade by skilled craftsmen using a series of proprietary techniques, ensuring that every single one is unique, just like the relationship it serves.

HOW TALSAM IS MADE