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Nepalese-Tibetan Fine Jewelry

Amulet box adorned with Durga Mahisasuramardii. Nepal-Tibet. Coral, turquoise

Rare and exquisite amulet box adorned with the image of Durga Mahishasuramardini. Coral, turquoise. Nepalese-Tibetan Fine Jewelry

Nepalese-Tibetan Fine Jewelry
Traditionally, in the Himalayas, Tibet and Nepal, Fine Jewelry has always been rare, a luxury limited and worn by wealthy and powerful. The beautiful jewelry of Nepal, Tibet, and the Himalayas is extraordinarily evocative, with vibrant combinations of gold and silver embellished with turquoise, coral, amber, and pearls. In fact, Nepalese-Tibetan Fine Jewelry showed both the owner’s personal wealth, social and political status. Besides, the lavishly adorned deities in jewellery pieces often reflected the unique and sacred culture. These pieces showed the ideals of the faith, ancient values of Hinduism and Buddhism. Meanwhile, much of the information on this jewellery we have received from Western travelers, Tibetans, archaeological and literary evidence.
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Kaleidoscope installation by Suzan Drummen

Kaleidoscope installation by Suzan Drummen

Kaleidoscope installation by Suzan Drummen

Dutch artist Suzan Drummen has created a series of sparkling Kaleidoscope installations on the floor. Using mirrors, crystals, chrome-plated metal, optical glass, and precious stones, the artist has portrayed whole outdoor decoration. Each of the thousands of items stacked by hand and in the right, premeditated order. Thus, each installation forms a 3D carpet reflects the light in all directions. From a distance they appear clear and orderly, yet upon closer inspection, the eyes become disoriented by the many details and visual stimuli. Mandalas spend very positive, creative, harmonious energy into space. Given in a tense (tuned to military conflicts time) we live in, it is not surprising that for the harmonization of the planet various forms of art by creative people bring beauty and harmony into our world.
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Moonstone kaleidoscope

Moonstone kaleidoscope. Natalie Wool-Art Moon stone bracelet

Moonstone kaleidoscope. Natalie Wool-Art Moon stone bracelet

Moonstone (also ‘adularia’ or ‘Selenites’) is a gemstone. French jeweler Rene Lalique used this gem in his «Art Nouveau» pieces, which today can be seen only in museums and private collections. When buying jewelry with moonstone You may experience differences in prices. Price is determined by the intensity of the color, size and transparency of the stone. Excellent blue moonstones have an incredible three-dimensional color depth, distinguishable by the rotation of the stone. Such instances are highly prized by collectors because of their rarity and therefore expensive. Multicolored Indian moonstones are generally cheaper than classical blue moonstones, so that everyone can choose a stone corresponding taste and budget.
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Tatiana and Ben jewellery

Earrings 'Queen of bees'

Earrings ‘Queen of bees’. Tatiana and Ben jewellery

Tatiana and Ben jewellery
Talented international duo of jewellers, a husband and wife have a lot in common, despite the fact that they grew up in different countries. For many years Tatiana has been collecting Art Nouveau and Art Deco works. Ben is a jeweller, singer, drummer and cook. Together they discuss the design their unique jewelry pieces and give them life. Tatiana is happy in marriage – they sing and play various musical instruments together, love to travel and what’s more important – create their jewelry.
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Bead embroidery art by Sherry Serafini

Necklaces. Bead embroidery art by Sherry Serafini

Necklaces. Bead embroidery art by Sherry Serafini

Bead embroidery art by Sherry Serafini – Jewellery that inspires. American designer and unsurpassed master of beading and beaded embroidery Sherry Serafini grew up in a military family, moving every few years. She believes that this nomadic way of life gave her adventurous spirit and brought her to creativity. Sherry Serafini was educated as a graphic designer at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1987. Then she married and started working as a head of the department of advertising in the local newspaper. However, just after the birth of her first daughter, Erica, in 1991 she started creating from beads. Sherry prefers to stay at home with her daughter, instead of working in the advertising department.
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Jewelry artist Olga Buryanova

The Cranes Are Flying. Jewelry artist Olga Buryanova

The Cranes Are Flying. Made by Jewelry artist Olga Buryanova

Talented jewelry artist Olga Buryanova lives in the northern capital of Russia – St. Petersburg. She creates beautiful costume jewellery – earrings, necklaces, brooches using semi-precious stones, Agate, Czech glass, quartz, lapis lazuli, pearl, Swarovski crystals, carved bone. The source of inspiration for the artist is nature. Her collections ‘In the Animal World’, ‘Seasons. Spring drops’, ‘Flowers’, ‘Seasons. Summer Solstice’, ‘Around the World’ – are all admirable, unique, interesting in their own way. Each handmade jewelry set brings a certain sense, perfectly matches in color and united with a certain idea.
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Bakhtiyor Baltabayev brooches

Earrings by Bakhtiyor Baltabayev. Model Kristina

Earrings by Bakhtiyor Baltabayev. Model Kristina

Jewellery designer Bakhtiyor Baltabaev was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. After graduating from high school, he moved to Moscow. Bakhtiyor studied at the Moscow State Pedagogical University. As a student, became involved in modeling clothes, the hobby completely captured him. Bakhtiyor began creating his own accesories. He found inspiration for the work in the nature and masters, such as Rene Lalique, Yves Saint Laurent, Christian Lacroix and Miriam Haskell. Oriental roots of the author give to Bakhtiyor Baltabayev brooches a special warmth, brilliance and originality. Bakhtiyor Baltabaev is a permanent participant of jewelry art exhibitions in Russia and abroad, the darling of private collectors.
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