Inspired by the history of space flight, progress, technology and the achievements of
Olga’s home country, which saw the first woman entering orbit in 1963, the Cosmic
collection was the first to be launched by Maya Gemstones in 2018.

At the heart of this interstellar-themed collection is the Tahiti black pearl, which
symbolises space itself – the Maya Cut diamond symbolises the Maia Star from the
Taurus constellation and the blue sapphire symbolises Rigel, a vibrant blue star in the
Orion constellation.


Out of office

”The important thing is to never stop questioning; curiosity has its own reason for existing” – Albert Einstein

Launched at Paris Fashion Week 2019, followed by a neon extension for summer 2020, the Out of Office collection represents curiosity, inquisitiveness, and a desire to learn.

One of the best thing in life is that we never stop learning, even after leaving school or university. There are always new skills for us to learn and techniques for us to adopt.

The collection features fashion forward pendants, stackable bracelets, rings and earrings, including a paperclip design, created for ultimate comfort.



Rose Quartz, the stone of universal love and healing, is at the centre of the Sonya collection.

The stone is said to open up the heart at all levels to promote trust, purity, unconditional love, friendship and inner peace. It also has powerful healing energies, said to aid both mental and physical health.

The collection is named after Olga’s youngest daughter and features new neon pieces launched for summer 2020.


Secret garden

The Secret Garden collection symbolises the beauty of nature, inspired by Olga’swalks in Regents Park and her journey to Japan. Nature is not only beautiful by design, but because of its ability to grow, breath, adapt and protect itself.

Each piece from the Secret Garden collection is made in the shape of a rose petal and the Maya Cut gemstone represents the thorns.


Fifth element

There are four traditional elements, which are Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The fifth element, occasionally called Aether, has been described as the power of life – it’sthe strongest, most powerful and magical element, represented on earth by electricity, lightning, cosmic, solar and other forms of energy.

Each piece of the Fifth Element collection features a central Maya Cut stone, surrounded by four rotating triangular forms.


Engagement & wedding

Committed to bringing innovation to her projects, Maya Gemstones founder Olga Pekarevskaia worked with skilled ateliers to create a unique triangular cut of diamond, now known as the Maya Cut.

Each diamond has 28-facets and offers far more luminosity and depth than Trillion –even surpassing that of some of the more traditional cuts of stone.

The triangle is the true symbol of love, with the peak embodying the Divine Spirit and the lower two points representing two lovers. The point at which all corners connect is where one can find true, unconditional love.


Perfect ring

While our original Perfect Ring wasn’t initially intended to be an engagement ring, its unique shape, brushed gold texture and central Maya cut diamond has made it the perfect choice for those looking for something different to the usual offering. 

This stunning, perfectly balanced ring is now part of its very own collection, with pretty pink tourmaline and sky-blue topaz options – with 18ct white and rose gold. It can still be worn as a statement, non-engagement ring. 

Each stone has been created using the brands signature, triangular ‘Maya cut’ with 28-facets. The triangle is the true symbol of love and is also said to be representative of power, intellect, wisdom and truth. In spirituality, triangles represent the union of mind, body and soul. 


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