Hello! I am back and I really greatly missed you! I spent a great week at the seaside and it inspired me a lot. That is why today I want to talk with you about marine jewelry theme. It will be very popular for the end of August, as well as for the next autumn. I’ll tell you about a lot of adornments, and it’s even more than brooches in the shape of anchors. But, first of all – a bit of history.
Which is why we have put together this simple guide on how to build the perfect ring stack, which will hopefully entice you all into experimenting yourselves.
We understand however that although it may be our (very fortunate job) to play around with gemstones and diamonds until we find just the right combination, not everyone has that much time on their hands.
The worlds of 20th century art and jewellery collide in a spectacular fireworks display of colour in the new Chow Tai Fook jewellery collection. The fifth in the series, the graphic geometric designs are inspired by Mondrian, Frank Stella, Kandinsky and Robert Delaunay, and burst with energy and vibrancy in a collection entitled Le Labyrinthe Artistique.
The latest collection of Van Cleef & Arpels is the Bouton d'or. Its inspiration from the long-standing tradition, the new collection features a complete jewellery set from rings and earrings to bracelets and pendants, bedecked with a combination of diamonds, gold, mother-of-pearl and other gemstones including the precious carnelian.
We’re easily drawn to immaculately cut, unblemished gemstones set on jewellery with clean lines and perfect symmetry. There are pieces, however, that pique our interest for their raw, visceral appearance, featuring stones that are hardly polished or cut and set in irregular, unevenly shaped jewellery.