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Understanding Jewellery
$95.00 $65.00
Understanding Jewellery
Understanding Jewellery: * Explanations are given in a straightforward, uncomplicated manner with a text largely linked directly to specific illustrations. The authors, both jewelry experts, evaluate many millions of pounds' worth annually and thus handle a complete cross-section of what is available on the market. They have specially selected the hundreds of superb color illustrations to show what to look for and, equally important, what to avoid. Hardcover. 494 pages. **Measurements:** 10"e; x 12"e;
Gilt
Jewellery Meets Illustration Catalog
$12.00
Jewellery Meets Illustration Catalog
From illustration jewelry is born, from jewelry illustrations are born. At the meeting point between these two creative areas, a space opens up in which a process of interpretation of forms and ideas is triggered, in order to create new objects. Each selected illustration led to a piece of jewelry and vice versa. The exhibition Jewellery Meets Illustration was originally part of the program of PIN's 10th anniversary and its opening was at Ó! Galeria in Porto on 9th May 2015. 10 jewelers and 10 illustrators were invited to integrate this experimental project. Now at Tincal lab it's possible to revisit a selection of the works presented in an exhibition with opening on 24th September. Bilingual edition (Portuguese and English) Curators - Aurea Praga e Katja Tschimmel Illustration coordination - Ema Sara Ribeiro (Ó! Galeria) Jewelry Coordination - Inês Sobreira (Board member PIN) Production - Ó! Galeria and Na'Mente Participants: jewellers: Ana Pina, Carlos Silva, Cristina Roque dos Santos, David Pontes, Isabel Ramos, Esad (José Carlos Marques), Liliana Guerreiro, Olga Noronha, Susana Teixeira and Teresa Dantas illustrators: Daniel Moreira, David Penela, Hélia Aluai, Ivo Hoogveld, Júlio Dolbeth, Leonor Zamith, Maria Herreros, Mariana a Miserável, Rafaela Rodrigues and Tina Siuda.
Tictail
Lydia Courteille: Extraordinary Jewellery of Imagination and Dreams
$75.00 $55.00
Lydia Courteille: Extraordinary Jewellery of Imagination and Dreams
Lydia Courteille: Extraordinary Jewellery of Imagination and Dreams: * Parisian jeweller Lydia Courteille has been making a very special name for herself over the past thirty years; with her avant-garde and unusual jewellery designs, she has been keeping the Place Vend_me Jewellery Houses on their toes. She is always two to three steps ahead of the fashion world and her inventiveness and daring in the world of high jewellery is legendary. Taking her inspiration from cultural landmarks in France and from numerous historical and literary sources including film, she has combined her love of unusual gemstones with colour combinations that speak to the senses: her chlorophyll green in the Amazonia collection, the sunny bright vitamin C oranges of her Xochimilco collection and the azure blues in the Abysse collection all tease our imagination. Hardcover. 240 pages **Measurements:** 9.25"e; x 10.5"e;
Gilt
Assouline - Fashion Jewellery: The Collection of Barbra Berger book - unisex - Paper - One Size
$84.00
Assouline - Fashion Jewellery: The Collection of Barbra Berger book - unisex - Paper - One Size
Barbara Berger was born in New York City in 1942. At the age of 13 she began acquiring costume jewelry, when she purchased a pair of Chanel earrings at a Paris flea market. Today, her collection features over 4,000 pieces and is still growing. Several exhibitions have been devoted to her collection, including Barbara Berger Collection: Bijoux at the 1987 New York Antique Show; Trop: Bijoux fantaisies, collections Barbara Berger at the Musée des Art Décoratifs in Paris (2004); and Colección de Colecciones at the Museo Modo in Mexico City (2011). She currently resides in Mexico City with her husband, Mauricio. Size: One Size. Gender: Unisex. Material: Paper.
FarFetch
Links of London Watch Over Me Serenity 18K Yellow Gold & Diamond Necklace
$4,995.00
Links of London Watch Over Me Serenity 18K Yellow Gold & Diamond Necklace
Inspired by the magical power of the talisman, the Watch Over Me Collection includes elements from nature and centres around an ancient symbol of protection, the evil eye. Jewellery should always be meaningful and infused with emotion. Watch Over Me is both whimsical yet profoundly symbolic, and bound to bring good fortune! The Serenity necklace comprises of the olive branch, white gold pave diamond set crescent moon, full moon in yellow gold with handset diamonds and sycamore - symbols of love, luck and protection. The necklace also incorporates the evil eye. Set in 18K yellow gold they eye is made of topaz and onyx as is the pupil with diamonds set around its circumference. It offers protection and is overlooking, warning away evil. The lucky horseshoe doubles as the clasp fastening.
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