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Bob Mackie jewellery

Bob Mackie jewellery. Brooch Angel of happiness, mosaic angel

Brooch Angel of happiness, mosaic angel. Bob Mackie jewellery

Bob Mackie jewellery
Born March 24, 1940 in the city of Monterey Park, California, Robert Gordon Mackie was the founder of the company. However, he became famous for his amazing dresses created for the most popular American divas, in particular, Cher, Madonna, Tina Turner, Liza Minnelli, and Sharon Stone. In addition, he completely invented stage image for Whitney Houston, and in several world tours, she dressed only in suits from Bob Mackie. Accordingly, for his sparkling and imaginative costume designs, Bob Mackie received the title of the sultan of sequins, or the rajah of rhinestones.
Also, Bob Mackie created costumes designs for the movie. Noteworthy, for costumes for Diana Ross in “women singing the blues” (1972) And Barbara Streisand in “Funny Lady” (1975), the designer received an award of the American Film Academy. In fact, throughout his stellar career, he has won nine Emmy Awards for his designs, and three times nominated for an Academy Award.
Besides, since 1969, Bob Mackie started making clothes and ornaments for ordinary women, though not forgetting his “celebrity clients.” For example, in 1995 he created the costumes for the heroine, played by Sharon Stone in the film “Casino.”
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Irina Vasilieva Exclusive Jewelry

Blue Rose brooch of silver plated wire

Blue Rose brooch of silver plated wire

Irina Vasilieva Exclusive Jewelry – light, delicate brooches, earrings and pendants woven from thin colored wires of multiple colors, vintage bronze or silver plated. Original author’s design and weaving technology has no analogues, and can’t be repeated. Jewelry Master Irina Vasilyeva interior designer by profession. Graduated from Moscow State Art – Industrial University of Stroganov. Irina is a member of the International Union of young artists and designers and an active member of the Artists Union of Russia, Department of Painting. Irina Vasilieva has been creating jewelry since 2009, participates in many exhibitions and various art projects. Since 2014 Irina – international instructor for working with metal clay ART-CLAY SILVER. She gives master classes to work with Art-Clay Silver, wire and various materials. Works as a teacher of drawing and painting in Art – Industrial University of Stroganov.
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Vintage Monet Jewellery

Brooch Dragonfly, 1966. Vintage Monet Jewellery

Dragonfly brooch, 1966. Galina Karputina collection. Vintage Monet Jewellery

Considered classics today, Vintage Monet Jewellery occupies a prominent position among the world’s most illustrious fashion houses. Noteworthy, in order to buy jewelry of this brand, you need to contact the elite jewelry stores, because the company only works with the most prestigious boutiques.
First of all, the history of the brand Monet began in 1927. It was then that Russian-Jewish immigrants Michael and Joseph Chernow, who founded their own company in Providence (US state of Rhode Island). They named the company Monocraft Products Co. Meanwhile, specialization of the company was the release of gilded monograms and monogram used to decorate handbags. Under this name the Chernow brothers worked for ten years, although they created the first jewelry in 1929.
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Beaded jewelry by Anastasia Kozlova

Brooch-pendant butterfly, natural amber, rock crystal 1970s, metal filigree elements, metallic braid. Wings embroidered with Czech beads

Brooch-pendant butterfly, natural amber, rock crystal 1970s, metal filigree elements, metallic braid. Wings embroidered with Czech beads. Beaded jewelry by Anastasia Kozlova

Anastasia Kozlova creates jewelry – brooches, pendants, earrings and bracelets by hand, in the technique of double embroidery. Creating beaded jewelry, she uses Swarovski crystals, Czech and Chinese beads, rock crystal, agate, coral, silver threads. Her costume jewelry inspired by the theme of nature and its living insects and birds. Anastasia is a self-taught craftswoman jeweler. She lives with her husband and their daughter in Krasnoyarsk, East Siberia, Russia. Since childhood, she enjoyed knitting, embroidering, creating something with their hands. Later she was fascinated with ribbon embroidery, and the next stage was creating costume jewelry of beads, stones and crystals.
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Bulgari jewellery

Bulgari jewellery

Balinese dancer, decorated with cabochon rubies, emerald and sapphire and circular-cut diamonds, Bulgari jewellery

Bulgari jewellery

At the beginning of the XX century Italian jewelry industry was in a downturn. The palm in the decorative arts owned by the French: to replace the period of the Napoleonic Empire came the classic style fades into the Belle Epoch, Art Nouveau and Art Deco. In the production of jewelry no country could compete with France, except the United States. And the fact that the Italian masters of jewelry were trend setters in the jewelry world during the Renaissance, the Medici and Borgia was safely forgotten. To bring back to life the Italian jeweler’s art, perhaps, needed talent and energy of Sotirios Voulgaris, the Greek master silversmith and founder of Bvlgari (ancient Roman classical writing, where the letter «U» can be referred to as «V»). At the end of the XIX century, he moved from Greece to Italy, settled first in Naples and then in Rome, where in 1884 opened his first jewelry shop and workshop on Via Sistina.
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Joan Rivers jewelry

Joan Rivers jewelry

Beautiful vintage, Joan Rivers jewelry

Joan Rivers jewelry
Comedienne, writer and television presenter Joan Rivers (June 8, 1933 – September 4, 2014) was born in 1933 in Brooklyn under the name Joan Alexandra Molinsky. The daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants grew up in Brooklyn, graduated from university with a degree in literature and anthropology. In the late 90’s Joan Rivers became less likely to appear on the screen, fascinated by the creation of jewelry. Expert in fine art, antiques and vintage jewelry, Joan followed the latest trends and was considered the most prominent and influential person in the fashion world. Joan Rivers jewelry can not be called vintage jewelry, as it was created not so long ago, but the style of decoration takes us to the years 1930-1940.
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Coro vintage jewellery

Brooch Turtle. Coro vintage jewellery

Turtle Brooch. Coro vintage jewellery

Coro vintage jewellery
Initially, American jewelers Emanuel Cohn and Carl Rosenberger founded the company “Coro” in New York in the 19th century. However, the first branded jewellery was not “CORO”, but “CR”, because the name included the first two letters of the name of each partner. Unfortunately, in 1910 Emanuel Cohn died, but the name Cohn and Rosenberger (CR) remained. Meanwhile, by the mid-1920s, the company “Coro” had been already the largest producer of jewelry on the continent. In 1937 the company began to brand products of a higher class “Coro Craft”. Noteworthy, there were several companies subsidiaries of Coro. In particular, Francois – based in marketing purposes to promote the better and more expensive jewelry line. Under this brand produced jewellery from 1944 to 1960. And another “daughter” – the company “Vendome” produced high jewelry from 1944 to 1979. After World War II used hallmarks “Corocraft”, “Coro Pegasus” and “Coro Originals”. Finally, “Coro” stopped producing jewellery in 1979.
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