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Trend Jewelry Notes S/S 2023: Glass Drops

by Monday, 05 December 2022

by Antonella Reina

Cyril   Like drops of water, the quartz gems, positioned in descending order of size to decorate the long pendants, are bound to reflect every kind of light.    Fernando Jorge    Gold structure and diamondstudded mother-of-pearl spheres for a pair of earrings with an “explosive” yet evanescent shape.   Agmes Two, large, roughly worked glass beads add character and naturalness to a pair of earrings with a diaphanous look.

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The Ring Party at Tomfoolery in London

by Monday, 28 November 2022

by Maristella Campi

Art Ring is the annual event that, from November 2022 to the end of January 2023, celebrates the union between design and craftsmanship in the rooms of Tomfoolery, in Muswell Hill, London. The gallery’s creative director, Laura Kay, has always supported independent designers and the exhibition is an extension of her thinking as well as her research and selections. This edition features 28 designers, including Artemer, Brooke Gregson, Ellis Mhairi Cameron, Maya Selway, Ruth Tomlinson and Wwake, who are all given the opportunity to express themselves through one-of-a-kind rings, each...


Lynn Yaeger, The Freedom to Wear a Jewel

by Monday, 28 November 2022

by VO+ Magazine

Once upon a time, not so long ago, your personal jewelry story went something like this: if you were invited to an elegant evening out, you wore your very best jewelry—really fancy things that you owned, or could beg, borrow, or steal. And if you were just running around town, picking up the kids from school, you might opt for some fun costume jewelry, made of low-cost materials, pieces that were pretty and cheerful but never meant to be taken seriously. But mix a plastic necklace with an 18-karat gold chain, or introduce a rubber bangle in an armload of gold? Never. In the last few...

Jessie Thomas: Between New Values and Tradition

by Monday, 31 October 2022

by Antonella Reina

The designer and goldsmith Jessie Thomas learned the “craft” from her father, David Thomas, a famous English master goldsmith who, in the 1960s, helped create a new wave for gold jewelry: some of his pieces feature in permanent collections at institutions including the V&A and the Goldsmiths Company. Jessie now continues to work with her father in the family workshop in Chelsea, which also has a sales area open to the public. While strictly following traditional processes, the designer's unique style infuses each piece of jewelry with extraordinary contemporaneity.

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