Minerva jewelry is made from brass, silver (925/sterling), and copper. It is made by hand, from scratch. In addition, the pieces are either unique or made in small batches. Bronze, aluminum, and clay are also used as auxiliary materials. There are three main jewelry collections: minimalistic, the relief one, and the one with gemstones, crystals, and sea rocks or clay shapes. Currently, the brand offers rings, earrings, necklaces, and pendants, as well as bracelets. The raw material is sawed and cut by hand, annealed, sanded, soldered, and polished in multiple phases. The techniques used in designs are hammering, etching, smelting, and patining. The ideas and motifs usually originate from Mediterranean architecture and nature. This is why some of the previous models and collections were named Waves, Islands, Sunset, Sun Rays, Jellyfish in Brass and Silver, Stone Wall, Horizon, Open Sea, Zenith, Endless Summer, and Mediterranea.
The most recent collection launched is called Animare (inspired by marine fauna), which offers earrings, bracelets, and rings designed with elements inspired by eels, octopi, tentacles, mussels, starfish, fish, etc. Neutral pieces and collections are minimalistic, organic, and most importantly, inspired by the freedom of shapes, as a metaphor for freedom in life. The jewelry is lightweight, comfortable, and a good fit for various occasions. Since it is handmade, only a select few have a chance to own and wear it and emphasize its simplicity and uniqueness.