The gorgeous, sparkling landscape of Menorca is legendary, so it’s no surprise that the jewellery artisans are inspired by the island scenery. Artisans like Núria Deyà and Isabel Mir excel at pieces that evoke their Mediterranean surroundings. Deyà’s creations often feature spirals and curlicues reminiscent of crashing waves, and the jeweller has also created a collection that features one of Menorca’s most recognisable symbols, the thoroughbred black horses that are a mainstay at town fiestas. If you’re renting one of our Menorca villas near Ferrieries, don’t miss the chance to stop into Deyà’s workshop to see some of her pieces firsthand.
Mir’s designs also draw heavily upon Menorcan scenery. Mir makes frequent use of turquoise, which brings to mind the clear blue shallows of the island’s famous beaches. She also incorporates patterns of fish scales and feathers into her designs, a nod to Menorca’s abundant and varied wildlife.