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Chinese zodiac in jewellery

Chinese zodiac in jewellery. Rat brooch of white gold and diamonds

Rat (2020, January 25), element Metal. Rat brooch of white gold and diamonds, Verdura. Chinese zodiac in jewellery

Chinese zodiac in jewellery
In the Chinese calendar, the beginning of the New Year falls on the first new moon after the winter solstice, which occurs in December or January. The New Year, starting from the winter solstice (December 21-22), the new moon, occurs respectively until January 21, and no later than February 20. 12-year cycle (“earthly branches” or “Chinese Zodiac”), taken perhaps from observing Jupiter’s orbit (the sidereal period of the planet is equal to 4332.589 Earth days, or 11.8618 year). For some reason it is a 12-year period Chinese astrologers consider the greatest inspiration. Accordingly, Zodiac animals – Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat or Sheep, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, Boar or Pig appear in different art forms with the richness and authenticity of psychological content.
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Jewellery architecture by Ola Shekhtman

Jewellery architecture by Ola Shekhtman

Jewellery architecture by Ola Shekhtman

Jewellery architecture by Ola Shekhtman – amazing rings featuring architecture and spirit of the most iconic cities – London, Paris, Amsterdam, New York, Hong Kong, San Francisco, Boston, and many more. A great way for jewellery lovers to justify wearing many rings – as many, as many cities you have visited. Ola Shekhtman writes about herself that she is a designer, goldsmith, photographer, model, wrapping maker, postcards writer, video producer/operator/editor and many more 🙂 Jewelry designer Ola Shekhtman began her professional career as a student of St. Petersburg University in Russia. She was born in Serbia, but now, every few years, moves with her family to another city. Inspired by a variety of urban landscapes, the aesthetics of each new city, she creates unique rings with the characteristic architectural atmosphere. Her exceptional talent quickly made her popular and well-known.
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MFA unique jewellery

MFA unique jewellery brooch Owls

Vintage brooch Owls. MFA unique jewellery

MFA unique jewellery
Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the largest museums in the United States and has more than 450,000 works of art. Mark “Museum of Fine Arts” – MFA uses the motifs of famous works of art, museum specimens or copies decorations stored in the aforementioned museum. It uses only the best materials: beautiful enamel, crystals and pearls. Jewellery is made of silver and jewelry alloy coated with 14 and 22 -carat gold. There are no two absolutely identical brooches from MFA, as they are hand-painted. Collectors and fans of MFA jewellery appreciate and love these creations – because each of them is a copy of the most famous works of art in various fields.
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Josef Hoffmann Art Deco brooches

Josef Hoffmann Art Deco brooch 1908. Sterling silver, malachite, opal, lapis lazuli, moonstone, sapphire

Josef Hoffmann Art Deco brooches. Sterling silver, malachite, opal, lapis lazuli, moonstone, sapphire. 1908

Josef Hoffmann Art Deco brooches were made at the beginning of the 20th century in Austria. Silver or yellow gold, they were beautifully decorated with various gemstones – agate, amethyst, bloodstone, carnelian, coral, tourmaline, hematite, jelly opal, lapis lazuli, moonstone, sapphire. Semi-precious stones of different colors, harmoniously inserted in the decoration lined up in vertical columns, giving the brooch an interesting geometric shape, and interesting color scheme. Josef Hoffmann (1870 – 1956) was Austrian architect and designer. He was a pupil, assistant, and disciple of Otto Wagner, and one of the pioneers of the Modern Movement in Austria. His mature style was based on the right angle and other primary geometric forms, but it was extremely elegant and refined, rather than severe. Hoffmann designed numerous Austrian government pavilions for exhibitions throughout Europe and many houses in Vienna, but his best-known work is in Brussels.
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Renoir-Matisse jewellery (1946 – 1964)

Renoir-Matisse jewellery

Brooch and earrings in the form of a maple leaf, white and yellow enamel on copper. Mid-1950s. Renoir-Matisse jewellery (1946 – 1964)

The exclusivity of Renoir-Matisse jewellery is still in the fact that their origin and existence harmoniously flourished in a short period – from the 1930s to the 1960s. Jerry Fels began his career in the company “Sceptron Jewelry”, in 1944, where he worked on the creation of original costume jewelry. In these difficult war and postwar years, young people particularly appreciated the beauty and dreams of self-expression, about which actually dreamed talent of Sceptron Jewelry – Jerry Fels. He had just finished his teaching in the National Academy of Art and, without hesitation, in 1946, still decided to build in his hometown of Los Angeles, a private company – Renoir of California, which specialized in the production of exquisite jewelry from copper.
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Jewellery company Sandor

Vintage brooch and clips. Jewellery company Sandor

Vintage brooch and clips. Jewellery company Sandor

American Jewellery company Sandor (1938-1972) began its history in 1938, when Sandor Goldberger founded it. Characteristic of his decorations – pastel flowers in a frame made of silver, decorated with enamel and rhinestone. In addition, he produced the figurines, which are now rare. Unfortunately, the company ceased its operation in 1972. Undoubtedly, Sandor Collectible Jewellery show original design and high craftsmanship. Most of the work released in 1939 had mark “Sandor”, but and 1940 costume jewelry had the signature “Sandor Goldberger.
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2016 Golden Globe Awards jewellery

2016 Golden Globe Awards jewellery. Cate Blanchett in Tiffany & Co

2016 Golden Globe Awards jewellery. Cate Blanchett in Tiffany & Co

2016 Golden Globe Awards jewellery. Los Angeles hosted 73th award ceremony of the Association of International Film “Golden Globe”. Most of the guests at the event – the nominee, future laureate, and socialites choose diamond jewelry in the classical frame of white gold or platinum. Even the house Bulgari, known for its tradition of using colored stones, showed jewelry in the spirit of timeless classics from the collection Diva with colorless diamonds of the highest purity. Nominee for the award in the category “Best Actress in a Drama film” Cate Blanchett has appeared on the red carpet in jewelry by US house Tiffany & Co: vintage earrings in platinum with pearls and diamonds (1915), a platinum bracelet with diamonds, ring with large diamonds from the collection of Tiffany Soleste.
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