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Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Butterfly ring with diamonds, tsavorites, rubies, sapphires and crystal set in 18k yellow gold. Farah Khan Fine Jewellery kaleidoscope

Farah Khan jewelry kaleidoscope
Undoubtedly, India has always been a powerful source of inspiration for European jewelers of the early 20th century. For example, Jacques Cartier and many lesser known jewelers have visited this country, not to mention the fact that the Maharajas brought their treasures to Paris to remodel them into modern jewelry. Yes, today Indian motifs are again relevant – both in high-quality jewelry and in decorations for bohemians. Noteworthy, India today occupies a leading place in the world for jewelry production. Also, young Indian jewelers get the prestigious awards in international design competitions. Scattered around the world, immigrants from India are very visible in the jewelry world. In their works there is always a national color and traditional technologies.
One of the most successful and talented jewelry designers who gained international fame is Farah Khan. Creating decorations for bohemia, she embraces all international trends, and meanwhile adds her creative flair. One of such trends, in particular – her three-finger rings. There are no big gems, but there is a style with an ethnic touch. Full of kaleidoscope of ideas, Farah Khan has her unique way of design and style – pastels, carved gemstones, birds, unique colour combinations, innovative jewels and many more.
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Legendary French jeweler Suzanne Belperron

Legendary French jeweler Suzanne Belperron

Starfish brooch, made of chalcedony, cultured pearl and diamond, 1939. Legendary French jeweler Suzanne Belperron

Legendary French jeweler Suzanne Belperron
The cult name Belperron refers to the style of the last century, which remains surprisingly relevant today. The great designer who went against the tradition, Suzanne Belperron today is unusually in demand, her things at auctions receive very high prices. Meanwhile, the artist did not leave any heir. So, her name should remain history. However, some people bought archives and began to do new things according to old sketches. Belperron, they say, before her death wanted to burn her sketches – because the idea that someone could use them, for her was unbearable. Fortunately, she did not burn them.
The main sources of inspiration for Suzanne Belperron jewelry – flora and fauna in all their variety of colors and shapes. In many of her works, there are combinations of shades and images inspired by nature. The most striking example is the brooch “Starfish”, which is a single piece of rock crystal in the form of a starfish with diamonds inside.
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Money spent on jewelry never wasted

White and black. Money spent on jewelry never wasted

White and black. Money spent on jewelry never wasted

Money spent on jewelry never wasted
How many of us wonder why a woman needs jewelry? In many eastern countries, especially in India, women try to decorate themselves with beads, bracelets, earrings, ribbons, etc. every day. It’s no accident that women like to decorate themselves with precious stones or all kinds of jewelry. So this has some definite meaning! It turns out that decorations help us to accumulate and maintain positive energy, protect us from wasting it empty and save us from the bad looks and thoughts of strangers.
Men are initially attracted by the external beauty of a woman. The inner beauty of a woman opens up for a man later. Any man wants his life companion to be beautiful and well-groomed. He wants to look at his woman, be proud and admire her. Therefore, decorating yourself is a whole art, which is worth mastering for every woman who seeks to develop femininity in herself.
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Hemmerle unique nature inspired jewelry

Pea brooch, silver, white gold, jadeite and demantoid. Hemmerle unique nature inspired jewelry

Pea brooch, silver, white gold, jadeite and demantoid. Hemmerle unique nature inspired jewelry

Hemmerle unique nature inspired jewelry
The history of the German jewelry house Hemmerle has more than a hundred years. In 1893, the brothers Joseph and Anton Hemmerle founded a jewelry company specializing in the production of medals, orders and other regalia. Among the customers of the brand was the Bavarian Royal Court. Since the classics, the Hemmerle style has undergone a serious evolution, and the world’s love for the brand has brought their collections of naturalistic ornaments.
Designers get inspiration from completely ordinary things. Who would have thought that radish, cauliflower and artichoke could look so delicious not only on a plate, but also as an exquisite decoration!
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Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog

Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog

Gold coin with the image of the symbol of 2018. Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog

Jewellery decorations to meet the Yellow Earth Dog
Indeed, what is the best choice for meeting the main winter holiday – New Year’s Day? According to Chinese horoscope, the new 2018 belongs to the yellow earth dog. However, the very New Year’s day still belongs to the Red Rooster. So, you should respect both signs. Sunny colors and glitter of gold, jewelry and accessories should not be screaming. Meanwhile, the very combination of color and the elements of the future symbol of the year implies their presence, especially on New Year’s Eve. In short, in the priority – jewelry from gold.
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Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery

Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery

Work by British artist Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery

Andrew Logan multicolored mirror glass jewellery
Famous modern British artist, sculptor and jewelry designer Andrew Logan creates amazing ornaments from used and new glass. Meanwhile, each decoration is a miniature sculpture, made by hand from a multicolored mirror glass and semi-precious stones, set in resin. According to his ornaments, the favorite motifs of the designer are fauna, flora, planets, celebrities, fashion and gods.
Andrew Logan became known in Russia since his first exhibition in Moscow, in the gallery “Rose of Azora” at the first art fair “Art-Moscow”. The exposition of works of the artist became a sensation and entered the top-lists of the fair. Noteworthy, Andrew Logan himself is a man of style. A man of legend, he is the author of the contest “Alternative Miss World” in London. The talented designer has created a stunning gallery of jewelry work, which immediately became appreciated by the fashionable audience. All glossy magazines featured works by Logan, and in particular, Logan himself, because the very image of this man is the ideal embodiment of the “esthetic” bohemia of the late twentieth century. In fact, Andrew Logan – one of those who determined the external appearance of the world in which we live.
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Russian creative jewellery company Sirin

Desk decoration 'Chamomile'. Gold, diamonds, enamel, quartz. Russian creative jewellery company Sirin

Desk decoration ‘Chamomile’. Gold, diamonds, enamel, quartz. Russian creative jewellery company Sirin

Russian creative jewellery company Sirin
In fact, in the heavy post-Soviet 1990s, lots of new jewelry firms, art studios and associations of designers-jewelers appeared in Russia. Many then thought that jewelry production was the right step to financial success. However, it was a misconception that led to the disappearance of many one-day firms. Nevertheless, the jewelry company “Sirin”, with its installation for creativity, still occupies one of the leading places in the jewelry world. Jewelry by “Sirin” decorates collections of Russian and foreign connoisseurs of jewelry art. Undoubtedly, the talent of the leading artists of Sirin – Tatyana Zharkova and Natalya Nagurnaya, and the skill of the jewelers of the firm became the key to quality and success.
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