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Cindy Chao exquisite jewellery design

Hong Kong based Cindy Chao exquisite jewellery design

Hong Kong based Cindy Chao exquisite jewellery design

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.
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Fire Rooster Year jewellery decorations

Fire Rooster Year jewellery decorations

Fire Rooster Year jewellery decorations

Fire Rooster Year jewellery decorations

Preferable stones-mascots in 2017 are all shades of red – from the king of the bloody ruby ​​stones and deep cherry garnet to fire opal. It is also possible to use all the stones, the origin of which is also associated with the element of fire, such as volcanic glass obsidian. Natural mineral amber is also suitable for the new Rooster year. To meet the new 2017, you can select all of these stones and shades of color. In addition to abundance of jewellery decorations, to meet the new 2017 Rooster choose clothes of bright, colorful and catchy colors, and pay attention to all bright, lush and shiny. The most important details of a New Year’s dress will be just jewelry – jewelry and costume jewelry. Choose natural stones red: blood ruby, cherry pomegranate, fire opal. Classic Amber, too, can become a beautiful addition to your New Year’s image.
To meet the New Year itself best in the community, with a lot of fun and joy – in the carnival party, costume party, where you can show off your bold and unusual decorations and outfit. Red, orange, crimson, and scarlet colors should prevail in jewellery decorations, accessories, clothes and in the interior on New Year’s Eve. The biggest chic Christmas costumes will be all sorts of colors, with decorations of peacock feathers.
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Michael Michaud nature inspired jewellery

Michael Michaud nature inspired jewellery. Bleeding Heart. Brooch made of bronze with semiprecious stones (amethyst, jade, garnet, peridot, and others), Freshwater pearls and corals

Bleeding Heart. Brooch made of bronze with semiprecious stones (amethyst, jade, garnet, peridot, and others), Freshwater pearls and corals. Michael Michaud nature inspired jewellery

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.
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Lang Sterling Vintage Jewellery

Lang Sterling Vintage Jewellery. Silver brooch Frog on a lily pad

Lang Sterling Vintage Jewellery. Silver brooch Frog on a lily pad

Lang Sterling Vintage Jewellery

Lang Sterling Jewellery Company was founded in 1946 in Providence, the USA. Thanks to its particular style, the company is rapidly becoming popular among bohemian audience. Among Lang Sterling jewelry is very common to find miniature narrative compositions, beautifully arranged and an elaborated. In addition to brooches, Lang Sterling jewellery produced charms for bracelets. These charms were – zodiac signs, individual figures in period costumes, and compositions that are based on folklore motifs of the peoples of the world, and lovely pastoral scenes. A characteristic feature of Lang Sterling vintage jewelry is the presence of letter “S” in the form of a swan on the front side of branded jewelry. Vintage ornaments Lang Sterling rightfully included in the famous book by Fred Rezazadeh “Collectible Silver Jewelry” (1997). The value of Lang Sterling jewelry is growing from year to year, as Lang Sterling brand ceased to exist as early as the 70s of the 20th century.
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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! Luz admits that 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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Castlecliff vintage jewellery

Castlecliff vintage jewellery - brooch 'Bird in the nest'

‘Bird in the nest’ brooch. Castlecliff vintage jewellery

Castlecliff vintage jewellery

In 1918, American jewelry designers Clifford Furst and Joseph Bobley opened their own jewellery company “Castlecliff”. Initially, they both worked for other companies, but in 1941, launched Castlecliff jewelry brand, and in 1945 released the first collection of beautiful costume jewellery. The main designer was William Markle, whose imagination allowed him to create in all styles, from the Gothic, Renaissance and Art – Deco, before the three-dimensional and moving, trembling butterflies, flowers and animals. Castlecliff vintage jewellery has always been famous for exquisite and colorful decorations, rich decorative trim. The company worked with a lot of silver and almost always applied the gilding and silvering jewelry. They began put their Castlecliff marking on their products in 1941. The company ceased to exist in in 1977. Castlecliff Jewellery is highly valued by collectors.
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German Art Deco Theodore Fahrner jewellery

Theodore Fahrner jewellery Art Deco brooch

German Art Deco Theodore Fahrner jewellery. Brooch, silver filigree, pearl, 1930s

Theodore Fahrner jewellery

First of all, it is worth saying that the exclusive, often made of semiprecious materials in the style of art nouveau and art deco, decorations of Fahrner are highly appreciated. And most of all those which had the brand label on them. Founded in Forgeheim, Germany, in 1855 and run since 1883 by Theodore Fahrner Jr., the jewelry company “Fahrner” was one of the most prosperous in Europe. Meanwhile, in 1919, after the death of Theodore Fahrner Jr., Gustave Brandel bought this company. And already renamed “Gustave Brandel – Theodore Fahrner Nackf”, the company successfully led the market until the 1950s. Unfortunately, the company ceased to exist 1979. Thus, the company has successfully existed for more than a century, from 1855 to 1979.
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