Category Archives: Bracelets

Bracelet jewelry from every corner of the world.

The Story of a Jeweler: Neta Wolpe

My name is Neta Wolpe and I am an Israeli born jeweler. I have been designing jewelry for over twenty years. Having studied both within Israel and at academies abroad I have had many opportunities refine my jewelry and design skills. I am inspired by the rich life and culture that surrounds me.

I was also strongly influenced by my mother who was an art teacher and crafter. As a child I was lucky enough to join her and her friends while they worked on their own projects such as sewing themselves dresses and bags. My participation in their creative process taught me the basics of design and instilled in me a love of art and self-reliance. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Fruzsi Fekete

My name is Fruzsi Fekete, I am 22 years old, and I live in Hungary. I am finishing my BA diploma at the Moholy Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest.

Making jewelry is something I have always enjoyed – ever since I was a little girl. Around the age of 13, I started to take it more seriously and created my first metal jewelry. When I applied to college and I had to decide what I wanted to specialize in, at first it didn’t occur to me to choose metalwork/jewelry design, because I have always looked at jewelry making as a hobby. Read More »

NIIRO Jewelry and NEROBYNIIRO Collection

Slovenia based Rosanna Raljević Ceglar is the & founder of the company NIIRO jewelry. She has established a unique position for the company by creating a conceptual universe within contemporary jewellery. Each piece of jewellery is a miniature work of art; intricate, delicate and bold. Her work and approach is based on a knowledge of academic background and contemporary art.

In addition to the company’s contemporary work Rosanna has launched a fine jewellery collection – an interpreted series of wearable pieces. Additional projects are works of art transcending the boundaries between jewellery, sculpture and visual arts. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Gregory Larin

I was born in Russia in the city Tula, an industrial town which is known for it’s manufacturing of weapons and gingerbread.

After immigrating at the age of 19 to Israel in 1997, I got drafted to the IDF, where I served as an aircraft builder at the Air Force for two and a half years. It was there where I discovered my creativity. Read More »

Maria Moyseos and The House of Arts

Maria Moyseos, fashion jewellery designer, based in Cyprus, has been designing and creating jewellery for over ten years now. She loves blending colours and materials like semi precious stones, pearls and crystals to create chic and astonishing pieces.

Inspiration comes from the simple small things of everyday life but most importantly, from women! Read More »

New Collection of Astonishing Jewelry from Tagliamonte

Tagliamonte is proud to present a new collection bound in tradition, while revising the present through innovative shapes and materials. This year’s line by Tagliamonte focuses on bronze jewelry; it invites loyal customers and collectors to continue the aesthetic research characterized by Tagliamonte. The new concept facilitates historic research whilst keeping up with the times and new customers taste.

The choice of a new material such as bronze reconnects the public to an idea of jewelry with its foundation in a concept of primeval ornaments. The value of this material has ancient roots; appreciated for its resistance and strength, the first prestigious items such as swords, coins, medals, and jewels are found in the Greek-Roman era where bronze gained the status of a noble metal such as gold. Read More »

80’s Style Jewelry from Angle Dust

My interest in jewelry started while I was working as a web designer in Istanbul, Turkey. I started to draw jewelry pieces after work and learned the basics of the production process by myself. It was actually something that I did for myself but later on got the attention of the people around me and had so many comments that I should make a brand for it. This decision made a huge impact on my career. Everything went so fast, In a few months Angle Dust was selling in many shops in Turkey and Paris.

I quit my job and moved to New York to study jewelry design. Currently I’m studying at Fashion Institute of Technology. My collection is based on geometric shapes which reflect 80’s style. For this reason I started the production process with plexiglass which could provide the sense of joy and color of 80’s. It is always important for me to make each product flawless thus I make each product cut by laser machine perfect by filing the cut edges and processing in polishing machine. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Ana Ostrom

Growing up as a child of the world both genetically and geographically I find it hard to define exactly where my inspiration comes from, having a Spanish father and a Swedish mother and growing up first in New York, Key West and Stockholm as a child travelling has followed me through life in to adulthood with living in Bangkok, London and Ibiza I think my influences are deeply rooted in my love of meeting new people and understanding different cultures and that obviously includes admiring their art, buildings and music. It sounds like a cliche but it is the truth when I say I always knew I had to be something creative, first it was photography that developed in to film editing but It was just a matter of time until I found that working with metal fascinated me, it is a great feeling to realize an idea into something 3 dimensional and then see someone wearing it! It is only then the whole lovely process has landed and I feel ultimate satisfaction.

I feel very lucky because so far I am bursting with ideas and I have to stop myself to not jump on a new project before the last one is developed but at the moment I have two finished collections, my first one being “Urban Jungle” where the geometric shapes frames my love for leopard print and the contrasts between silver and soft fur. The second one is a more luxury line playing on the British Punk culture giving the stud elegance and the pearl new life. Fine draping gold chain, black pearls and punk studs stems from my love of the unexpected. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Birte Soellner

Birte Soellner is a goldsmith and jewelry designer based in Leipzig, Germany. Her collections are designed and handmade in her studio. She combines steel and leather to create contemporary and fashionable jewelry pieces. With that unusual material mix and the fresh design she captured the modern aesthetic of the last few years.

The necklaces play with flexibility, as a natural character of the material steel, and softness as the quality of leather. Each cuff is made of a single piece of steel sheet, rigorously folded and finally connected with a leather strap. Birte´s works are available in many different natural tones. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Marina Po

Sometimes I see a beauty in the things that other people find strange or weird… I perceive my inspiration from the many many things, places, people, sounds, phrases and just words…

I was born in Russia but living in Norway. I’m graduated from Ural state academy with a degree in technology of the artistic materials processing. Also took a course “Creative technic in Jewellery” at private Jewellery school in Oslo, Norway. Read More »