bracelets and a ring
The history of jewelry has several millennia. Civilizations were created and perished, the worldview changed, traditions came and went, and with them the styles of jewelry changed. One thing remained unchanged: whatever the current age, the interest in classic jewelry never extinguished. In this article we will talk about ancient Egyptian, medieval, oriental and other styles of jewelry. Continue reading
A few years ago, Italian jeweler Carlo Palmiero created a ring called Homage to Munch. This precious dedication to Edvard Munk was the most famous painting of the artist “Cry”. The canvas of 1893, the most famous of the versions of “Creek”, Palmiero reproduced in his signature technique – a pave of colored gemstones. The bright pattern with the thinnest modulation of colors, with the effect of degradation, was skillfully laid out on the curved surface of an oval ring with a hole in the center. And in terms of its expressiveness, it was not much less than the original, this program picture of expressionism. Continue reading
Paris Nouvelle Vague, or “New Wave of Paris” – the latest, newest jewelry collection of the illustrious House – is unconditionally inspired by Paris and, just like this city, is diverse in its subject matter, playfully, charmingly, dynamically, inspiringly and invariably elegant.
The creators themselves call Paris Nouvelle Vague “the anthem of the nuances and shades of the personality of a certain Parisian woman, her secrets of seduction and style.” Continue reading