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Luz Camino Nature Inspired Jewellery Art

One-of-a-kind Luz Camino Nature Inspired Jewellery Art

One-of-a-kind Luz Camino Nature Inspired Jewellery Art

Luz Camino Nature Inspired Jewellery Art

Luz Camino – a talented woman-jeweler from Spain, known for her innovative approach to design. She creates one-of-a-kind jewelry using a variety of materials and semi-precious stones. And she is not afraid to work with precious stones – sapphires, emeralds, diamonds, as well as simple stones. Perhaps, even junk materials, such as cans! According to Luz, she does not care about the value of the materials, as the main thing in jewellery is its design. Luz Camino has no special education classes, except of jeweler courses in Madrid, which she attended on the advice of her husband. Besides, she does not like publicity, preferring to sell her jewelry in person without the involvement of intermediaries. However, her work is represented in the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, London’s Victoria & Albert Museum and New York’s Museum of Arts and Design.
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Stone flower master Viktor Vasiliev

Stone flower master Viktor Vasiliev. Lilac. 2013 Transvaal jade, jade, rhinestone, metal

Lilac. 2013 Transvaal jade, jade, rhinestone, metal. Stone flower master Viktor Vasiliev

Stone flower master Viktor Vasiliev lives in Nizhny Tagil, the harsh city of tanks, cars and fumes. His workshop was long located on the territory of the old sullen Demidov factory. Like all stone-cutters, he deals with the unkind elements – stone, metal, water, fire. And in these circumstances can draw from the stone body amazingly gentle nature, even more touching, than the inverse images – flowers, berries, grass. These compositions can not be attributed to the genre of “bogus”, seeking the illusion of absolute similarity. Stylizations of Vasiliev are recognizable and inimitable, the master’s hand for a long time has been known to the specialists and connoisseurs of the art of stone carving.. In honor of the 60th anniversary of the master in the Nizhny Tagil Museum of Art organized a personal exhibition of works in various genres – Vasiliev’s art is not only floral motifs, but also animals, and scene composition. Rare minerals from the author’s collection, a geologist by training, are also represented in the museum.
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Elegant Orchid inspired jewellery

Orchid inspired jewellery

Elegant Orchid inspired jewellery. Exquisite trembling flower brooch with rubies and diamonds in the shape of an orchid. 1880-1890. Portugal. Orchids are especially popular in Europe at that time. All the petals and leaves are attached to the springs

Orchid inspired jewellery

A symbol of beauty and love, Orchid has always attracted the attention of jewelers and collectors. The flower of Passion. Indeed, there is something attractive in its forms, reminiscent of the curves of the female body … Orchid is perfection, grandeur and luxury, subtle beauty, love, tenderness, and intimacy. Orchids are given to only loved ones. And if you want to surprise your loved one, the orchid inspired brooch is just what you need! At all times, the orchid is a symbol of sophistication, wisdom, and gentility. Orchid often symbolizes love, beauty and harmony, and family comfort. Besides, white orchid symbolizes pure love, and variegated – longing. Pink fine orchid petals mean pure affection. And Orchid in a bouquet – a symbol of love, refinement and … large families.
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Beautiful and mysterious Abalone pearl jewelry

Brooch Space. Abalone pearl jewelry

Space Brooch. Beautiful and mysterious Abalone pearl jewelry

Beautiful and mysterious Abalone pearl jewelry

Abalone – a pearl of marine mollusks of the genus Haliotis. Haliotis does not tolerate desalination of water. There are more than 51 kinds of mollusks. Shades of abalone nacre (mother-of-pearl) are very diverse and changeable: from pale pink and white, emerald green, sea green, cobalt blue, orange-red to purple and almost black. Variety of colors and shades is explained by the structure of the shell, consisting of microscopic plates separated by an air gap, which refracts the rays. All marine mollusks differ in color and pattern, but the most valuable for jewelers is abalone nacre called “feather of the Firebird” or “rainbow shell” for its fantastic shades of pearl, virtually all the colors of the rainbow. Sometimes, very rarely, inside the abalone shell are pink-green iridescent pearls! The more bizarre and unique are colors of abalone nacre, the more unique, one of a kind product out of it will be.
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Exquisite Michele della Valle jewellery

Michele della Valle jewellery

Tinkerbell brooch White gold, diamonds, turquoise. Sotheby’s auction. Tinkerbell – a symbol of fidelity, love and good beginnings. Michele della Valle jewellery

Michele della Valle jewellery

Geneva-based jewellery designer Michele della Valle has developed his distinctive style and became one of the most sought-after contemporary jewelers in the world. Created by him jewellery gallery features Nureyev and the ballet, Hollywood stars from Marilyn Monroe and Katharine Hepburn to James Dean and Italian opera singers. Michele was born in Rome, and began designing costume jewellery at the age of 16. During his trip to Burma in 1976, Michele purchased his first stone which he showed to the famous stone dealer Roger Varenne. The last suggested to take the gem to Christie’s. In 1976, he worked for a year in Rome, where he later opened his own workshop (1978). In search of precious stones, he started traveling to Asia. This was the beginning of a collaboration with Bulgari. In 1987, he moved to Geneva and developed a line of jewellery which now bears his name.
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Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy

Dolce Gabbana Jewellery Fantasy – kaleidoscope of jeweled details presented in the new collection “Fabulous Fantasy” Fall/Winter 2016-2017 at Milan long-awaited show. The collection was really bright and magical. Designers have remained true to themselves, and the podium again was ruled by feminine silhouettes, lots of lace, sparkling jewelry, floral prints and beautiful applications on the theme of fairy tales. The latest collection was inspired by the tale of Cinderella, The Nutcracker, The Frog Princess and others. The designers had no limit to the imagination: the mouse and horses, pumpkins and coaches, princes and princesses, dwarfs and nutcrackers, candlesticks and chandeliers, tiaras and watches with large dials. Special attention is given to handbags and chandeliers, as well as transparent clutches. And, of course, the tale would not be a fairy tale without “crystal” slippers.
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Lunch at the Ritz jewellery

Brooch pendant Angel. Lunch at the Ritz jewellery

Angel Vintage brooch pendant with charms. Lunch at the Ritz jewellery

Lunch at the Ritz jewellery
The duo of jewellery designers Esme Hecht and Zander Elliott founded “Lunch at the Ritz”, or LATR 2 GO in 1982. The basic idea behind the creation of the brand is to show to the world of fashion that tastes differ. Indeed, there are women who love creativity and fun, and who don’t care what the fashion magazines and even the whole fashion world dictate. Noteworthy, Esme and Zander still have been creating decorations for 31 years now.
So, what’s the secret of this American jewelry company? According to the designers, it’s breaking the rules. Never read fashion magazines, and never pay attention to what someone else thinks. Just be true to yourself, or simply love life! That’s why, in 1998, they built a new factory with an area of ​​15,000 square feet. Implementing all their creative plans, their factory is the same unique as their colorful jewelry.
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