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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Russian creative jewellery company Sirin
Russian Jewellery brand Peraskeva
Jewelry designer Larisa Galeeva – director and owner of “Zolotse” jewelry factory. According to her, she called the brand “Paraskeva” in honor of one of her great-grandmothers. Initially, it was a beautiful filigree ring in Russian style made of pink quartz and a lemon-yellow gold. The ring turned to be the most beautiful among other three rings, named also in honor of her grandmothers – Klavdia, Peraskeva and Ustinya. This is the story of the brand name. And now a special value of the Peraskeva jewelry brand is based on two main traditions – jewelry craftsmanship and family traditions. The face of the brand has become a sister of Larisa – Julia.
“In our family all women have similar appearance, like nesting dolls, so the face of our company has become my sister Julia, I think that in her youth Peraskeva looked exactly the same.”
Abstract art and Kandinsky inspired jewellery
In the history of modern art is not uncommon when the artists act as jewellery designers. An example would be the creativity of P. Klee, Picasso, Max Ernst, Dali, Kandinsky and many other artists. The inspiration for jewelers is often the work of other artists – sculptors, architects, painters and others. Fine art in general, and painting in particular, are inextricably linked to the art of jewellery. Often, artists jewelers create jewellery collections drawing inspiration from the paintings of great painters.
Wassily Kandinsky is one of the most famous Russian painters, graphic artist and theorist of fine arts, the founder of abstract art. It was his work formed the basis of this stunning necklace and earrings, jewellery house “Russian Gems”. The artistic arrangement of elements of decoration and layout of the diamond decoration received unusually showy jewelry embodiment of the idea of geometric abstract art direction. The combination of icy quartz, sparkling diamonds and gold, creates a subtle, refined flavor, softens dryly geometric forms that gives to the image amazing femininity.
Russian Luxury Moiseikin jewellery art
The history of Moiseikin jewellery began in 1993, when in Yekaterinburg appeared the jewellery shop. Initially, the founder of jewellery house Victor Moiseikin wanted to renew the Urals tradition of the famous Russian jewelry companies. Victor Moiseikin found talented jewelers, sculptors and stone-cutters. Staff and head of the company studied in detail the history of jewelry art in Russia. They thoroughly researched rare archival materials, including ancient sketches of such companies as Karl Bohlin, Carl Faberge and other pillars of the jewelry industry. Masters of the company “Moiseikin” adopted all the best from the great Russian jewelers. They also constantly monitored the trends of fashion jewelry, modern cultural preferences and major design trends. Due to this, as well as experience in the processing of precious stones and metals, stone-cutters and artists made it possible. In addition, they managed to continue the luxury and splendor of the Russian school of jewelry.
Vera Yurieva stained glass jewellery
Vera Yurieva – the author of designer jewelry, stained glass and art objects. She lives in St. Petersburg and creates in her studio wonderful and touching decorations, as well as many other beautiful things. Vera became interested in jewelry design as a child – and painted decorations made of beads. After graduating from art school, she enrolled in the Saint – Petersburg Roerich Art University. In addition, she studied art history. However, the fascination with stained glass jewelry began more than ten years ago, when she found a job in a stained glass workshop.
In her stained glass ornaments Vera uses real glass that is cooked and cast into sheets. She also worked with stones and other materials. According to the designer herself, “I did not choose stained glass technique, it chose me. The confluence of circumstances.”
Cindy Chao exquisite jewellery design
The well-known Hong Kong based jewelry designer Cindy Chao is now very well known and in demand. Created by her jewellery decorations are bought and worn by Hollywood celebrities. Besides, major museums of art exhibit her works, and well known jewellery auctions sell her “Best of the Best” designs at highest prices. And most popular fashion magazines, such as Vogue, Tatler, Harper’s BAZAAR, and Forbes, feature Cindy Chao finest “craftsmanship that tops the world”.
However, this was her mother, who advised Cindy to find her own way in the jewelry design. And, picking up the wax, Cindy began to create. To the choice of creative way also contributed family heritage. From grandfather architect Cindy learned spatial perception of objects, and has adopted a sculptural technique from a sculptor father. All of these skills help her create perfect, like living jewelry trinkets that reproduce natural images.
Michael Michaud nature inspired jewellery
A talented jewellery designer from the United States, Michael Michaud exhibited his jewellery art at the Washington National Gallery of Art (collection Wisteria), and even in the Louvre. In addition, several areas of London showed the works of “naturalist jeweler”, for instance, Museum of Modern Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum (collection of Morello cherries, or Wild Cherry), and the National Gallery (Collection “Sunflowers”). Indeed, jewelry on the verge of high art. On the one hand, there are semi-precious stones, coral, pearls, glass; and on the other hand, the metal seems to be not the most expensive – copper and bronze. But the artist with his skill makes it all the jewels.