The arrogant beauty of Diana, goddess of wild animals and of the moon, was revered in ancient Rome. If her opal-like complexion, crowned by a headdress of moonstones, inspired trust, her silver bow bred respect. She tamed Orion, the giant hunter. Alas, her brother Apollo did not look favorably upon this union, he set a trap in which, against her will, she killed her beloved Orion.
Devastated by his death, Diana the huntress went one moonlit night to lay her headdress on a bed of orange blossoms, as an offering to the resplendent planet. Orion was turned into a constellation.
The moonstone inspires trust and restores harmony.
A fresh burst of orange blossom, hibiscus flower and the solar splinter of yuzu.