The Making of Italian Excellence

The Making of Italian excellence

All Raro products are made in Italy through a controlled production chain that combines advanced electronic components with fine craftsmanship. This Slow Tech model
guarantees quality technological products, designed to create value over time.

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By registering for the Club, we will provide you with the coupon to obtain the free customisation that you can redeem on your first purchase.

We treat valuable
materials with respect

We use high
manufacturing techniques

We assemble
all components in Italy

We use
the best technologies

We certify unique
Made in Raro objects

Original Obsydian Stones

The Original Obsydian Stone brand
guarantees the processing of semi-precious materials according to advanced craftsmanship processes carefully refined over time. The naturalness of the materials, never
identical to themselves, makes every Raro product unique and unrepeatable.

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Enki Amethyst

Amethyst is a quartz found in geodes, cavities present within igneous rocks. The mineral was already known in Egypt and Mesopotamia since 3000 BC. Its shades of purple, which vary from very pale lilac to intense purple, are ascribed to the presence of iron. The luster is glassy and the purple flashes are shrouded in the mystery of the mists of time.

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Enki Iron eye

Iron eye is an opaque variety of quartz composed of layers of red jasper, hematite and tiger’s eye that merged together over 2 billion years ago, during the formation of the Australian continent. The characteristic yellow, red and gray-black streaks arise from the combination of the three elements giving it an unequalled elegance.

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Enki Red jasper

Red jasper is an opaque sedimentary stone formed by quartz containing iron atoms, which give the mineral its sought-after red tinges, often enriched by light or dark veins. The mineral may originate from sponges and siliceous shells of diatoms, unicellular algae that appeared in the Cretaceous period.

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Enki Labradorite

Labradorite is a mineral of a grey-greenish colour to be found in various igneous rocks. Its charm comes from its “labradorescence”, a sparkle of metallic reflections of green, purple, blue, gold and orange, a vivid colour that changes on the entire surface of the stone. The light with its refraction molds itself onto any element and returns in iridescent reflections and multiple shades, determining multifaceted perceptions.

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Enki Amazonite

Amazonite, also known as “Amazon stone”, is a rare mineral that is almost entirely extracted in the area of the Ural mountains in Russia from granite rocks. Its shades of green are fascinating, ranging from pale to brilliant turquoise, often enriched with white veins: a shining purity, like crystalline waters bathed in sunshine luring you to dive into.

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Enki Tiger's eye

Tiger’s eye is a type of microcrystalline quartz with variations of brown and copper with yellow or gold veins. The streaks determine the uniqueness of this mineral, in which crocidolite fibers create magnificent light effects. These blends grant a wild and impetuous touch to the mineral, whose lustre and reflections, called “chatoyancy”, recall the colour of the iris of the tiger which inspired the name.

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Enki Sodalite

Sodalite, as its name suggests, is a sodium silicate belonging to the family of volcanic stones formed by the cooling and solidification of liquid magma. Its dull blue-gray colour with white feldspar veining seem to reveal a glimpse of the depths of the abyss in their ever-changing motion.

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