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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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Natasha Wood Silver jewellery

Girl in the wind, Natasha Wood Silver jewellery

Girl in the wind. Pendant. Natasha Wood Silver jewellery

Natasha Wood Silver jewellery

Silver is known to people since ancient times. Even the ancient Egyptians produced jewelry of this metal. The first silver mines were founded by the Phoenicians before our era in Spain, Corsica and Cyprus. Silver Jewelry was valuable, because it was delivered from afar and sold at fantastic prices. To date, silver has lost the status of the most expensive metal, but its nobility is still undoubted. Natasha Wood Silver jewellery can interest both – jewellery lovers and just aesthetes, connoisseurs of the unusual. Silver jewellery by Natasha Wood has a sense of freedom, romantic and is often influenced by nature. She uses to combine silver and gold with precious stones, as well as unconventional mediums, from porcelain to wood, and from diamonds to pebbles.
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Susan McLeary Living Jewellery

Susan McLeary Living Jewellery. Succulent necklace

One-of-a-kind Succulent necklace. Susan McLeary Living Jewellery

Susan McLeary Living Jewellery is one-of-a-kind bio decorations you probably never heard of. Made by Susan McLeary necklaces, tiaras, bracelets, earrings, rings, or whatever it is, all is made of living flowers and plants, succulents in particularly. Some of these creative pieces are still growing, becoming bigger each day! In fact, her succulent jewellery is grown in a greenhouse specifically for the jewelry. Then they are attached to the accessories and can be worn up to 4 weeks, before they begin growing. Later, you can separate the plant from the base and put it into the pot. The life of a plant will continue whether it is a jewel or a pot flower, and the jewellery piece can be worn without a plant. Susan creates her floral jewellery in the design studio “Passion Flower”, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Coral jewellery 2016 Genoa auction

Coral jewellery 2016 Genoa auction

19th century bracelet. Coral jewellery 2016 Genoa auction

Coral jewellery 2016 Genoa auction

Since ancient times, Coral has been a favorite decoration. Pink coral beads are found in a cave of Paleolithic era. In ancient Greece, it was believed that corals grant long life. In ancient Sumer corals used for decorative purposes – known Sumerian vase decorated with corals, whose age is 5000 years. In the medieval Europe it was considered a symbol of purity. With coral, both in the West and in the East, decorated horse harness and armor, weapons, and holy books bindings, cut beads and necklaces. Mexican Indians still claim that wearing coral beads drives away evil spirits from the human, sends away fever. In Tajikistan, 1.5 thousand years ago was the legendary city Kiropol, where archaeologists found coral beads and rough coral branches.
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Miniature Animal Cling Rings by Flomaster

Miniature Animal Cling Rings by Flomaster

Realistic Cat Miniature Animal Cling Rings by Flomaster

St. Petersburg based artist jeweler Ivan, nicknamed “Flomaster” creates amazing Miniature Animal cling rings. All the figures are worked out to the smallest detail. Each ring has the effect of a loved animal’s presence, only in miniature. Ivan most accurately conveys the image of an animal, working on customer photos. Thanks to Ivan, customers have the opportunity to be constantly with their favorite pets, albeit in miniature form. Besides, all these wonderful miniature Animal cling rings and pendants are not just decorations, they perform a very important mission – to protect their masters even away from them, working as amulets.
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