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julie bach -BIG Berry Bracelet - 2.400,00 DKK (Danemark)(=322€)  - Størrelse: H: 6 cm, B: 12 cm, D: 10 cm / One size Materiale: Japansk kalveskind/lammenappa, tråd, vatfyld.

julie bach -BIG Berry Bracelet - 2.400,00 DKK (Danemark)(=322€) - Størrelse: H: 6 cm, B: 12 cm, D: 10 cm / One size Materiale: Japansk kalveskind/lammenappa, tråd, vatfyld.

JULIE BACH: Bær kollektion

JULIE BACH: Bær kollektion

ring VICTORY silver

ring VICTORY silver

LAURA DEAKIN-AUSTRALIA/DE Pearl Series  2007 - 2008 "...The pearl is dead – long live the pearl!By means of this brilliantly simple, yet complex process, Laura Deakin transforms the pearl necklace into a highly confusing mirror image of itself. ..."

LAURA DEAKIN-AUSTRALIA/DE Pearl Series 2007 - 2008 "...The pearl is dead – long live the pearl!By means of this brilliantly simple, yet complex process, Laura Deakin transforms the pearl necklace into a highly confusing mirror image of itself. ..."

Laura Bennett - Contemporary Jeweller - Dome Series......C Fox: Perhaps not the most practical ring, but lovely just the same.

Laura Bennett - Contemporary Jeweller - Dome Series......C Fox: Perhaps not the most practical ring, but lovely just the same.

Inspiration texture

Inspiration texture

Niessing - Gold Topia Ring - ORRO Contemporary Jewellery Glasgow

Niessing - Gold Topia Ring - ORRO Contemporary Jewellery Glasgow

Stefano Marchetti Relicary: Untitled, 2003 Gold. 5.7 x 3 x 3 cm Photo by: Roberto Sordi Part of: Artist Collection © By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright.

Stefano Marchetti Relicary: Untitled, 2003 Gold. 5.7 x 3 x 3 cm Photo by: Roberto Sordi Part of: Artist Collection © By the author. Read Klimt02.net Copyright.

Jacqueline Mina studied jewellery at Hornsey and the Royal College of Art, London. She was the winner of the Jerwood Prize for Jewellery in 2000.  Her technical accomplishment in manipulating precious metals is combined with a fine, painterly eye. Sources of inspiration include Venetian Palazzo Fortuny with its textile drapes, devoré velvet with their patterns etched away. I love how she merges platinum with gold.

Jacqueline Mina studied jewellery at Hornsey and the Royal College of Art, London. She was the winner of the Jerwood Prize for Jewellery in 2000. Her technical accomplishment in manipulating precious metals is combined with a fine, painterly eye. Sources of inspiration include Venetian Palazzo Fortuny with its textile drapes, devoré velvet with their patterns etched away. I love how she merges platinum with gold.

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