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The golden sarcophagus of King Tutankhamen was richly inlaid with Lapis. In the dry, barren land of the Egyptians, this deep cobalt blue color was a spiritual contrast to their arid desert hues. The gold flecks were like stars in their night-time sky and by meditating on these colors they felt supernatural forces would transform their lives. The garments of priests and royalty were dyed with Lapis to indicate their status as gods themselves.

3 Facts About Lapis Lazuli

Lapis Lazuli is believed to stimulate the desire for knowledge, truth and understanding, and aids the process of learning.

Lapis Lazuli is a third eye chakra stone that will develop your intuition as well as amplifying and expanding psychic visions and clairvoyant abilities.

Its name comes from the Latin lapis, "stone," and the Persian lazhuward, "blue." 

Behind the scene

All of our products are designed and developed in house, from the initial sketch to prototype.   Cutting stones to reveal the inner, layered beauty which takes millions of years to form, requires high precision and meticulous skills from our craftsmen in Germany. Each cut results in a unique stone face.  It is then sent to our Swiss partner who carefully crafted every mechanism of the watch. Our close collaborations are built on experience and expertise in different areas alongside a shared passion for detail.

They're wearing Lapis Lazuli

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This is my first MYKU and I truly love it, the color is amazing, a pure jewelry. Definitly the beginninng of a long collection! "

Anne Sophie H.



The intense blue colour of the stone enigmatically manifests itself in different shades under different lighting which I personally think is a unique feature that you get from a natural semi-precious stone."

Edwin P.


My fiancé got me the Lapis. I usually don't wear watches but MYKU got me hooked, I don't spend a single day without it now ;)"

Sri P.