Russian style Axenoff Jewellery
Russian style Axenoff Jewellery – not only painted dolls, samovars, Gzhel, Palekh in earrings, bracelets, necklaces, rings. Axenoff Jewellery presents a deep love for the history, culture and style of the Russian royal family. Axenoff Jewellery delicately blends modern trends with classic jewelry traditions, thus creating a unique synthesis of the past and present. Designer Peter Axenoff – the artist and collector of Russian icons. Born in the family of the photographer and icon painter, Peter was immersed in a rich artistic world from an early age and began exploring painting, architecture, ballet, theater and historical costumes. Over time, the creative energy and knowledge enabled him to realize his passions with the help of jewelry and develop his own brand. The aesthetics of the brand was formed under the influence of the masterpieces of personal heroes of Pyotr Axenoff – Bryullov, Vrubel, Mucha, Waterhouse and Rossetti, concerts by Tchaikovsky, Saint-Saens and Bizet, the novels of Tolstoy and Pushkin. Among the many sources of inspiration a special place in his heart takes Diaghilev Russian Seasons.
Bright stage scenery and spectacular costumes of Anna Pavlova, Ida Rubinstein, Vaslav Nijinsky are the reference for the designer. The traditions of Russian jewelry art are known throughout the world; Petr Axenoff breathed new life into them with the best masters of modern Russia. Earrings, rings, brooches, necklaces and tiaras made of silver and semi-precious stones: topaz, onyx, moonstone, lapis lazuli, turquoise, garnet and agate. They may also be reconstituted in more expensive materials: platinum, gold, diamonds, sapphires and emeralds.
Axenoff Jewellery features the stars of the first magnitude ballet, cinema, theater and television. Jewelry House has also started cooperation with the Russian and international media companies. Pyotr Axenoff created the decorations for the screen, devoted to the Romanov dynasty in the ballet film “Matilda,” directed by Alexei Uchitel, as well as decorations for the new series based on the “War and Peace” by Tolstoy for British broadcaster BBC.
Peter Axenoff creates jewelry that might belong to the great women of the past: the princesses, movie divas, prima ballerinas. Pearl tiara Austrian Princess Sissi could decorate her hair on the wedding day, a fantastic brooch Swan Anna Pavlova could be pinned to the mantle, and a fabulous chandelier earrings could wear actress Sarah Bernhardt at the premiere party. Inspired by the beauty of bygone eras, Axenoff Jewellery creates a truly outstanding jewelry that is popular both – among modern fashionable young people and lovers of antiquity.