Category Archives: Art Jewelry

The Collaboration of Jewelry and Kinetic Engineering: Wings Collection from Dukno Yoon

Dukno Yoon offers a very unusual rings and bracelets which can imitate wings flapping. He was inspired by movement and interactive relationship with the body. The Wings collection by Dukno Yoon was exhibited at various exhibitions around the world.

Dukno Yoon combines gracefulness with delicate jewelry work In Wings collection. For time immemorial, man has imagine the human form winged, as a divine messenger, or able to fly to freedom, as found in the ancient Greek mythological legend of Daedalus, an artist, sculptor, architect, and engineer who fashioned wings from wax and feathers in order that he and his impetuous son, Icarus, could escape from the Island of Crete and his imprisonment by King Minos. Read More »

Conceptual Jewellery and Object from Hanna Hedman

Jewelry pieces from Swedish designer Hanna Hedman are like boundary between the real world and imaginary. Due to the unique technique all jewelry are one of a kind. Hanna Hedman creates her masterpieces using silver, copper, synthetic fibers, synthetic fibers and paint.

All adornments from jewelry collections by Hanna Hedman are pieces of art. Each of necklaces contains a huge amount of details and got a special meaning. For example the forms of the last collection “WHILE THEY AWAIT EXTINCTION” are inspired by species unable to adapt or in some cases even completely died out. Read More »

3D Printed Industrial Adornments from Jointed Jewels

Jointed Jewels represents a union of new and old, organic and industrial, functional and decorative. At the heart of the project is the intention to transform complex and separate elements into a new kind of whole. It started as an exploration of ball joints, commonly found in cars and hip replacements.

Alissia Melka-Teichroew had the idea of creating a ball joint -normally assembled with separate parts- as one single piece. Through the use of selective laser sintering she was able to literally make a ball inside a ball. Hence, the industrial connecter was transformed into an object of beauty and wonder. A clean and striking jewelry collection was created around this innovative concept. Read More »

Subtle Message of Love in Jewelry Pieces from D.K. & Wei

The heart was a symbol of love and sincere affection for centuries. The heart is perceived by mystics as a repository of the soul or spirit, the engine of passion, thought and life. Heartbeat is seen as a reflection of the cosmic processes of expansion and contraction of involution and evolution. Designers of D.K. & Wei offer rings with a very unusual heart symbol.

Heart of Love is awesome collection of jewelry from D.K. & Wei. Inspired by classic photographing of a wedding ring on the bible with casted “love” shadow, artisans deftly use the game of shadows to create jewelry with unique style. All items are crafted from sterling silver with rhodium plating for lasting beauty. Read More »

Uniquely Handmade Art Jewelry from Kathleen Dustin

Kathleen Dustin is a talented designer from New Hampshire. She majored in mathematics but eventually gave herself to the art of working with clay and precious metals. Kathleen Dustin also makes exquisite evening bags in addition to jewelry.

Lightweight earrings with oxidized sterling earwires make an elegant yet fun statement

Each of these jewelry pieces is a work of art. Carefully handcrafted using polymer clay and silver they attracted the attention with a huge number of details. You can become the owner of these unusual jewelry pieces for this please visit Kathleen Dustin shop by the way currently there are special offers. Read More »

Limited Edition Experimental Danish jewelry from Mette Saabye

Mette Saabye is one of the most prominent experimental artists in the Danish jewelry. She studied jewelry design in Florence at Fuji Studio and at the Institute of Precious Metals. Mette Saabye has a gallery in a cozy and charming Latin Quarter of Copenhagen since 2005.

Glass, cardboard, silk cord, mirror, silver and various precious and synthetic stones

Mette Saabye worked with the jewelry that uniquely combines both precious metals and inexpensive bits and pieces. For example it may be a kaleidoscope on a silk cord made of cardboard, silver and various precious and synthetic stones. Or rings made of gold and decorated with buttons that are familiar to us from childhood. Believe me that such jewelry you will not find anywhere else. Read More »

Cooperation of Imperial Russia and Paris – Jewelry Masterpieces by The House of Marchak

The House of Marchak is known worldwide for its fine jewelry and luxury goods. Unique jewelry performed in Art Deco style, combined with Russian traditions and made out of precious metals and dazzling gems. Modern jewelers of this brand try not to miss the unique style.

Not every jewelry house can boast such a long history as The House of Marchak. The company was founded in 1868 in Kiev. The story of this brand can become a real bestseller. For today Marshak Jewelry House has official representation in the U.S., Japan, Australia, France and Russia. Read More »

Jewelry Gardens full of Sparkling Diamonds and Colorful Gemstones by Laurie Kaiser

Jewelry crafted by the handy designer and goldsmith Laurie Kaiser will bring you to the hypnotizing world of the precious gardens full of delicious flowers. Her jewels are sophisticated in their beauty and splendor. The necklaces, earrings, pendants and rings sparkle with so many different colors playing in the shining diamonds and other precious stones.

Laurie Kaiser finding the inspiration in the nature brings a kind of life to her striking masterpieces. Each detail seems to be alive and blooming. The adornments by Laurie Kaiser look very tender and give warn pleasant feeling. The metal used is gold. The collection is available in the USA, Puerto Rico, Japan and Mexico. Read More »

Luxury Writing Instruments by David Oscarson

Pens are not only the necessary writing instruments in everyday life, but also the luxury and chic accessories revealing the one’s status. The collection of precious pens by David Oscarson is the bright illustration to this. Drawing the inspiration from the various sources the designer creates writing instruments which are wonderful and really incredible in their style.

Each item by David Oscarson is carefully handcrafted with the attention to the details using only the finest materials of high quality and rare production techniques. So the quantity of the writing pieces is limited. The main material is the solid Sterling Silver which gives the certain magnificence. The complex procedure of creating gives the pens one more peculiarity of the splendor hues palette delighting the eye. These are the accessories for the real connoisseur of the top-quality and elegant design. Read More »

Moments of Life in Watch Sculptures by Dominic Wilcox

We are in such a hurry in our everyday life sometimes; there is such lack of time that we even forget to feel the moment. The range of watches with the sculptures is something very surprising and unusual. Dominic Wilcox has created a series of tiny handcrafted time-based sculptures. He used the collection of the vintage watches and customized model figures.

The scenes on the watch hands become dynamic and alive in their movement around the dial. The psychological sense is also expressed because one can think about the relationship between the two people, how one passes another repeatedly. That is why the Watch Sculptures are interesting in many aspects. The collection is shown at Dezeen Space in Shoreditch, London from 17 September to 16 October. Read More »