These pieces of jewellery designed in 2013 for the exhibition “Samurais and Geishas” held in the Hopp Ferenc Museum of East Asian Arts were inspired by Japanese haikus from the Edo period.

The haiku is a Japanese form of poetry crystallised over the centuries to perfectly and concisely capture the moment, or a natural phenomenon.The poet withholds his reactions and impressions, which can take form in the mind of the reader. The jewels have a similar effect on the viewer and the wearer alike, they are an abstract expression of feeling, and create strong emotions.

In 2014 the continuously growing jewellery line was invited to the JOYA Barcelona Art Jewellery Fair. In 2015 and 2019 the latest pieces of the Haiku collection won the right to be exhibited at the annual Hungarian Design Award exhibition. In 2016 three pieces from the line were purchased by the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Asiatic Arts for their collection. In 2018 this jewellery line was also presented at the Hungarian stand at the SIERAAD Art Jewellery Fair in Amsterdam, where Hungary was represented for the first time.