Sanskrit word for spear, the kila is a magical dagger known for its energy in Tibetan Buddhism. Intricately carved, plated in recycled gold and strung up on delicate hoops chain, Kila earrings are as soulful as it they are edgy.
Made from noble materials that resist time. Gilded in recycled gold. And inspired by all things mythical. In Cauda Venenum stunners are quintessentially French - chic with just a touch of edge.
Translated as ‘the venom is in the tail’ and an ode to the founder’s sign - scorpio, In Cauda Venenum was originally imagined by Soïzic Jacquin Chevalier as jewelry for herself. Delicate and statement pieces to that were easy to wear and layer. With personality. And a little meaning and allegory.
While the brand has since become an icon in its own right - featured in Vogue, NOI.SE and NYC and Paris Fashion Weeks, - Soïzic is as committed to sustainability as she has when she first started. Handcrafted from start to finish in France. Free of nickel, cadmium and lead. And plated with recycled gold (which reduces the environmental impact by 98% vs mining) by a renowned French electroplater, who has worked with haute couture houses for decades. Even their chain scraps and primers are all recycled to ensure their production is as gentle on the planet as can be.
And (if their aesthetic wasn’t enough), that’s just a few reasons to fall in love with In Cauda Venenum’s stunners.