In 2006, Lorina Balteanu discovered and reinvented the technique of tatting (shuttle lace), creating jewels of rare elegance. Uniting her taste for arts and crafts with her social commitment, she created her own jewelry company and brand.
Tatting lace is an interlacing of rings and chains formed by knots, using fingers and a shuttle, which is particularly hard-wearing. This series of knots creates patterns, some of which can be extremely intricate. This technique was very popular in the European courts of the 18th century. The ladies of the time appreciated its finery. They even crafted small pieces themselves in their drawing rooms, showing off their gracious movements.