Anna Karlin's Dancing Stones

The new Anna Karlin Fine Jewelry brings a sense of alchemy to contemporary jewelry



What is more captivating and mysterious than a precious stone? The unexpected combination of a variety of gems, brought together thanks to new techniques. Like the Guinevere ring by Anna Karlin which features a large green quartz interrupted by the use of small inlaid diamonds, almost as if to recreate the effect of those natural inclusions that make the rarest of emeralds unique. The New York-based designer brings a sense of alchemy to contemporary jewelry with her first collections of extraordinary rings, realized with very important stones such as emeralds, sapphires, diamonds, amethysts and quarts. Anna is, first and foremost, a furniture designer and an art director but she just introduced her newest fine jewelry venture cause she believes strongly that all the disciplines contribute wonderfully to each other and therefore no one area must remain untouched.

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