SUPERA is more than just a jewellery brand, it is the objectification of empowerment and spirituality. Our logo draws inspiration from the Unalome, symbol of the path to the enlightenment which represents the primary function of our jewels, promoting spiritual practice and self-improvement. Our name “SUPERA” derives from the Latin verb “superō” which means Overcome. This word encapsulates the very essence of our brand.


We believe that every individual has the power within them to overcome challenges, grow and conquer their goals. Our jewellery is a symbol of this belief – a testament to the human spirit's ability to rise above and transcend boundaries, facilitating the process of conscious transformation.



Every piece of jewellery we create is one of a kind. Our bespoke jewellery service ensures that your jewellery is a true reflection of your unicity and true spirit.


We collaborate with facilitators and energy experts to shape a meaningful and powerful experience to personally hand over of our pieces to our clients.


We are committed to ethical sourcing, ensuring that our gemstones come from responsible and sustainable sources.

Our work has been inspired by thousands of years of beliefs regarding healing benefits of minerals across the globe as well as the latest research in the scientific community.

Roots of Supera

4000 BCE

The Sumerians, Babylonians and Assyrians all believed that gemstones had powerful magical properties and were used in religious rituals and ceremonies

3100 BCE

In Ancient Egypt gemstones such as lapis lazuli, carnelian, tuquoise and emerals were believed to have magical properties and were used to create amulets, jewellery, and other objects used in spiritual practices. The Pharaohs and nobility were adorned with elaborate jewellery featuring gemstones as symbols of their power, status, and divinity.

1500 - 500 BCE

The use of gemstones in Hinduism dates back to ancient times, with the earliest mention of gemstones in the Vedas, a collection of ancient scriptures.

300 BCE

The use of gemstones in the use of traditional Chines Medicine dates back to the earliest know Chinese text on the healing properties of gemstones, the "Inner Canon of the Yellow Emperor". written during the Warring States period (475-221 BCE).

200 BCE

Native American cultures believe in the power of gemstones to communicate with spirits and the natural world. Turquoise, in particular, is considered a sacred stone and is used in many rituals and ceremonies.


Prophet Muhammad reportedly wearing a silver ring set with a carnelian stone. Gemstones were highly valued in Islamic Culture and were highly valued in Islamic Culture and were used in religious objects for personal adornment.


In Hinduism, each one of the seventh chakra is associated with a specific colour and gemstone and wearing the appropriate gemstone is thought to balance align the corresponding chakra.

11th - 13th CENTURY AD

During the High Middle Ages, gemstones were used in variety of decorative styles, including Gothic and Romanesque, and were often incorporated into religious objects and regalia.

14th - 16th CENTURY AD

During the Renaissance, the use of gemstones in art and jewellery reached new heights of sophisticationand complexity. Amethyst, topaz, emeraldswere often used in religious art objects.One of the most famous exemples of this altar of St Peter's Basilica in Rome, which is adorned with over 100.000 gemstones.


Today, many people believe in the spiritual healing properties of gemstones. Gemstones are used in a variety of practices, including crystal healing, meditation and energy work. This belief is supported by research regarding the effects of minerals on body’s electromagnetic field (EMF).

Tau Cambria

Our Designer

A distinguished visionary and native of Brazil. Her creative prowess is complemented by her GIA certification as a diamond grader, allowing her to seamlessly blend artistic elegance with meticulous precision in every jewellery piece she meticulously design. Tau's academic journey has been truly exceptional, marked by her relentless pursuit of knowledge from the industry’s most prestigious institutions such as De Beers, Sotheby's, GIA (Gemological Institute of America) and others.

What sets Tau apart is her deep spiritual beliefs. Her wanderlust nature led her to discover other cultures, allowing her to explore different practices and gain a better understanding of others and their unique needs. This rich cultural exposure has given her the insights needed to create highly personal amulets.

Tau Cambria is more than a jeweller; she is a gifted artist, a spiritual explorer and a healer through her creations. Her jewellery is emblematic of her passion for art, culture and the profound connection between the human spirit and the earth's minerals. Tau's journey has always been guided by a powerful healing energy. Through her distinctive designs she harmoniously blend artistic excellence, spiritual resonance and her commitment to raise the emotional state of those who wear her creations.

Mikhail Verevkin

Stone Carver & Jewellery Artisan

With a decade of experience, Mikhail Verevkin specializes in stone carving and jewellery craftsmanship, seamlessly blending tradition with modern design. His expertise lies in creating bespoke stone carvings for jewellery pieces, showcasing meticulous attention to detail and a deep understanding of materials.

As a former Conservator & Researcher at the State Hermitage Museum, he has contributed to significant conservation projects, refining his skills and enriching his knowledge of historical techniques. He is dedicated to preserving cultural heritage while pushing the boundaries of creativity in his craft.

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