Get inside a total relaxation state with these earrings and your favourite mantra.
This amazing copy of amelinda with the appearance of an oversize earring was captured in 1925 on the island of Guam and can be seen, not without pride, in the Santa Rita Anthropological Museum. The world discovery of this species is down to Pliny the Not-so-Elder, who on his third expedition to Micronesia (83 AD) to supply algae to his gout-suffering troops, came across a specimen in the form of an urn. Successive expeditions confirmed its mutant nature: the amelinda isn’t a single creature, but an almost infinite succession of little creatures capable of adopting multiple figures, from decorative objects for the home to hair accessories. Their dimensions range from the eight microns of soup bowls to the two of mini rings. They feed preferably on baby taps: unrealised dreams of taps.