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Point of View: Lisa Konigsberg

by Monday, 08 April 2024

by Federica Frosini

«The impulse to adorn the self and to craft objects from precious materials (as defined by a given culture) are among the most innately human with jewelry being found in societies and communities throughout time. Such objects have always conveyed messages affection, social status, faith, or power. By extension, a jewel is a “document”. By “reading” it, we can discover its intended use, and the significance of the decora- tions and inscriptions, thus seeing reflected the spirit of the time, the cultural Zeitgeist. Jewels are also objects: that result not only from a significant...

Thursday, 04 April 2024

Verdi’s Deep Blue

Tuesday, 16 April 2024

The 100% Sustainable Vision of Lylie

Trend Jewelry Notes SS 2024: Toys become jewelry

by Tuesday, 16 April 2024

by Antonella Reina

Van Robot The body of a toy robot becomes the outline of a highly original pendant. The ends and central heart are illuminated by precious gems.   Emily P. Wheeler X Super Smalls  Preciousness and imagination come together in a piece of jewelry born from the desire to preserve our childlike side. The Unicorn necklace is made of gold, black agate, sapphires and rubies.   Martha Calvo The Industry bracelet is full of nostalgic beads reproducing the most iconic symbols of bygone but unforgettable eras.

French Heritage for a New Vision of Jewelry

by Monday, 15 January 2024

by Antonella Reina

Sustainable Art Nouveau   Yellow gold Ginkgo 3D ring, Vever. Two hundred years since its creation, Vever is making a new vision of jewelry bloom: recycled gold, laboratory diamonds and plique-à-jour enamel masterfully combined through manufacturing skills and human genius. The merit goes to twins Camille and Damien Vever who have relaunched the historic company - closed in 1982 – still at 14 rue de la Paix. «When you decide to revive such a prestigious brand, you can only start from its DNA, high quality, French know-how and a culture of innovation and distancing,» explains...


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