Look up ! Admire the nature beauty !

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Peraskeva’s animal jewelry and photo (taken by me) of Santa Cruz of Tenerife, Canary island, Spain.

Beauté intemporelle

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Vogue cover by the Art Deco illustrator Georges Lepape (Vogue September 1926) and Janis kerman’s brooch and earrings.

At the time of the Romanov Tsars in Saint-Petersburg

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Fabergé Egg created by the Russian jewelery House Fabergé named “The pearl Egg”, gold frame of a portrait of the Tsar Nicholas II and the Empress Alexandra by the House Fabergé and photo of Saint Petersbourg during winter. “The Pearl … Continue reading

Brushed gold jewelry

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Brushed gold refers to a texturing technique used on metal surface. The brushed gold is matt. Tiny parallel lines are scratched onto the surface thanks to a wire brush or a polishing tool. Among jewelry designers using brushed gold, there is Marco Bicego … Continue reading

Judy Geib jewelry

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Judy Geib is an American jewelry designer who launched her own line in 2002. She creates exquisite handcrafted jewels with the finest precious metals and gemstones. Inspired by calligraphy and geometry, Judy Geib designs unique pieces of jewelry. Besides, through … Continue reading

Marco Bicego jewelry

Inspired by his Venetian roots, the Italian jewelry designer Marco Bicego creates wonderful 18 karat gold jewels decorated with colored gemstones. Each piece of jewelry is unique since the manufacture is handcrafted. The Italian craftmanship is highlighted through Marco Bicego’s creations. One of the characteristics of Marco Bicego is the brushed gold he uses which is magnificent and luminous.  Africa (gold boules), Lunaria (gold leaves), Jaipur (colored stones), Paradise (delicacy and colours), Marrakech (sinuous shapes) and Confetti (timeless elegance) are marvellous collections.

ILA Collection jewelry

Ila Collection was founded by the Indian brother and sister Vikas and Ila Sodhani in 2007. They draw their inspiration from Indian culture, designs, architecture, ornaments and craftmanship. For 8 years, Ila had been designed high-end diamond jewelry with her mother and father. Regarding Vikas, he trained in Indian design houses and handmade fabrication shops during a year.

Ila is a family affair through which the founders pay tribute to the Indian refinement and craftmanship. Very dedicated, they choose exquisite gemstones and create delicate jewels. The Ila jewels are creative (geometric shapes, mix of forms and gems…), refined (exquisite details) and decorated with beautiful gemstones (white sapphire, topaz…).

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