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    “Curved Milky Way” Cuff by Barbara Heinrich

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Barbara studied jewelry and hollowware design in Germany after completing a formal goldsmith apprenticeship. When she finished her degree at Pforzheim College of Design in 1983, she received a Rotary scholarship. This allowed Barbara to study in the U.S., where she completed her Masters of Fine Art at the Rochester Institute of Technology […]

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    “Open Heart Ring” by Gregory Larin

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Gregory Larin was born in Tula, a Russian town that for many centuries has been known as a center of crafts and metalworking. At the age of 19, he moved to Israel and joined the IDF Air Force as an aircraft builder. In 2007, Gregory graduated with honors in Jewelry Design from Shenkar […]

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    “Ceramic Necklace” by Marie Delarue

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Marion Delarue graduated from the Contemporary Jewellery Department of the Strasbourg School of Decorative Arts and has studied for multiple international diplomas. She followed her studies in France with an apprenticeship in glass and ceramics, then studied the art of Ottchil – traditional Korean lacquer – at Pai-Chai University in South Korea before […]

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    “Ring Fountain” by Artemis Zafrana 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Artemis Zafrana’s bicultural background has become the source of an ongoing inner dialog these last years. The clearly defined social structure and the discipline, which she experienced as an integral part of her training and professional life in Germany, stand opposite to the spontaneity and impulsiveness of pursuits in Greece and the immense […]

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    “Paper Necklace” by Lucie Houdkova

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Lucie Houdkova, born in1984 in Brno, Czech Republic works and lives in Prague. Czech Designer is inspired by natural forms to create truly unusual jewelry with paper but also, surprise surprise, with plastic creating an amazing effect. To clarify the concept that jewelry design goes re-read with a more modern key, the Houdkova […]

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    “Silver Ring” by Sunyoung Kim 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Sunyoung Kim is a Korean jewelry designer who has received a BFA in Jewelry Design from Kongju National University and an MFA in Metalwork and Jewelry from Kookmin University. Her inspiration comes from the fragile world of “Plants” which though frail have a “stronghold on life, active growth, and prolificacy”. Kim represents this […]

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    “Cicada Wings Brooch” by Marta Mattson 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Marta Mattsson explains that: “Sometimes I see beauty in things that other people find strange or are even repulsed by. I become fascinated when there is something you do not want to see and the feeling you get when you do not want to look at something, yet you still do. My jewelry […]

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    “Brooch: Floral Print of Formosa – Dendrobium Crumenatum” by Heng Lee 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Hang Lee’s work is divided into two major directions: 1. Decorations extended from the body—decorations that are exaggeratedly big and thus change the profile and shape of the body. 2. Surface decorations attached to the body decorations that are tightly covering the body and thus give the wearer a new appearance and visual […]

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    “Flower Necklace” by Françoise Weeks 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER Françoise Weeks was born in Belgium and started her business in 1996. She has infused her work with a quintessential European reverence for flowers and nature. Combined with creativity and mechanical ingenuity, she has crystalized her singular style of Textural Woodlands and Botanical Haute Couture pieces, garnering a global following. Françoise’s studio is […]

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    Necklace of the “Mur.mur Line” by Emmeline Hastings 

    JEWELRY DESIGNER With her roots in art and sculpture, Emmeline Hastings combines unexpected and contrasting materials from her UK studio. Utilizing her individual and original techniques of hand carving acrylics and resins and embedding them with metallic elements she creates striking, beautiful, and contemporary wearable sculpture. Her pieces capture aliveness, fleeting moments; free-flowing and rippling […]

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