The collection made for a 6 puttonyos aszú wine carries the bumps of the vineyard in each piece. The deep amber coloured shrivelled aszú berries on the necklace and earrings represent the colour and light that one sees when the sun shines through a glass of rich aszú wine.

Material: enamel, copper, silver foil, grape seed, hematite

The Úrágya Furmint of Dobogó Winery has unique character. For this, a piece reminiscent of the slopes of the vineyard was made using fold forming technique. In the middle a part depicting a the colour of ripe grapes and Furmint appears. The hematite chain underlines the mineral qualities of the wine.

Material: fenamel, copper, silver foil, hematite

The secret of Szamorodni lies in the „noble mould”, a type of fungi, called Botrytis cinerea in Latin. Botritis is known to select its "victims", usually attacking only part of the bunch. While for Aszú – uniquely in the world – the shrivelled berries affected by botrytis cinarea fungi are manually one by one while the bunches are still on the vines, in the case of Szamorodni whole bunches containing both shrivelled and healthy berries are harvested and processed, so they contain berries affected by botrytis in greater or lesser quantities. The colour of this collection made for Szamorodni reflect the glitter of the wine. The corrosive stains created by overfiring the enamel reflect the process as the aszú berries with their “corroded” character create a different quality of wine.

Material: enamel, copper, leather

Red wine is rare in Tokaj. It is named after the winery owner. The jewellery made for Izabella Street represents the straight lines and parallels of its label, also the two sides of the street with the two enamelled tendrils worn on the sides.

Material: enamel, copper, grape seed, silver foil, hematite

Mylitta is a real late-harvest wine with a floral scent. The name Mylitta comes from none other than Endre Ady, who once called Mária Zwack, the aunty of the winery owner Izabella Zwack, Mylitta in his poems. The wine was made in memory of this secret love.

Autumn red flowers
"This is how Endre Ady named his love poems he wrote in 1913 and early 1914 in his poetry book titled Who Saw Me?. Almost 50 years have passed since these poems were written, but in literary history the question Who inspired these poems? has never been asked.  The women of Autumn red flowers remained anonymous. Most of the poems in this book were attributed to a certain Mylitta, whom Ady met in the sanatorium in Maria Grün. The poet wrote most of his poems to her after Leda. Some of the poems were openly "sent" to Mylitta in the columns of the newspaper titled The West..." - writes Nándor Hegedűs in his essay on Endre Ady's Mylitta Poems.

Material: enamel, copper, silver foil, leather

The pair of rings were inspired by the waves of the sea. The surface of the water is in constant waves: foam runs out onto the coastal stones, and then the water recedes. In the depths there is silence, smoothness, one or two bubbles start emerging towards the surface from the mud.

Material: silver

The reverse side of the brooch is the sea, in its pristine form. Will we ever get it back in that form?

Material: enamel, copper, steel

The innermost essence is emptiness, that is, inner silence. In this presence, in this space, there is room for the lotus, which is a symbol of enlightenment, to blossom. The four layers of the cube represent the four noble truths of Buddhism.

Material: amaranth wood, silver, corian, plexiglass