Centaurea is a plant named after the wise Centaur Chiron, mentor of Asclepius and tutor of Achilles. According to the myth, during the war of Titans, Hercules, who was fighting by the side of the Centaurs, accidentally injured Chiron on the foot with an arrow full of Hydra poison. Chiron used the Centaurea plant so as to stop the poison and heal the wound.
A flower of unparalleled beauty and exquisite color theme, combining its 15 charming petals, is instilled as a medicinally therapeutic symbol known for its beneficial capabilities. Carved in white, pink and yellow gold and embellished with diamonds, Centaurea forms a unique collection.