In the end, I did not have the scented flowers that would keep you next to me and that were recorded.
In the development of our relationship, the Sun was imprisoned in a Cloud and in that instant of dark peace our shadows woke up and our love made at the end of a toy managed to fool me but not you.
Where did that dagger of furtive existence come from that killed us?
The truth is that neither you nor I know, in the end, there are only the memories that we hold in our hands like precious brooches and we remember that Sun of ours that was imprisoned in a Cloud.
Curated Assembling Related To This Perspective
We have chosen these pieces as part of the proposal of what can be understood in the jewelry design of a “Brooch”.
The pieces that we have selected are because their work can evoke the meaning in our proposal.
For us, looking for meaning and purpose are ideas that can be accompanied by a beautiful piece of art, as is a Jewel.
We hope that you will enjoy the selection.
The following pieces are:
18 carat white gold brooch features sparkling white diamonds and buff-top baguette sapphires by Picchiotti.
De Beers Reflections of Nature high jewelry collection.
Brooch in yellow gold, sculpted white opal, yellow brilliant-cut diamonds, brilliant-cut diamonds by Cartier.
Bird Brooch by Mellerio, ca. 1940. Diamonds, ruby (eye), enamel, gold, and platinum, from the book, “Beautiful Creatures – Jewelry Inspired by the Animal Kingdom,” from Rizzoli.
And for the end one of the most extraordinary pieces in the jewelry world “The Peacock Brooch” made by Graff Diamonds may not have quite as much history as the Hope Diamond, but its value is roughly $100 million nonetheless. It was first released in 2013 at the TEFAF art fair in the Netherlands. The brooch, shaped like a peacock with fanned feathers, contains a total of 120.81 carats and over 1,300 stones in white, yellow, blue, and orange diamonds. A very rare, dark blue pear-shaped diamond sits at the center, and alone totals 20.02 carats.
Ines Arenas Jewelry Gallery Says Thank You…
…for staying with us thought the article: “Through a Brooch”.
For us, jewelry is an art form where others might think that jewelry becomes art through how it is presented.
But we believe that is the mixture between presentation and content that makes jewelry an art form. One doesn’t happen without the other.
Jewelry is a representation of our history and beliefs in symbols that have changed with the time to express our personal beliefs regarding politics, sexuality, religion, family, and even social status, since the Roman Empire in western civilization.
Jewelry, thanks to the internet, is going to become a language, a vocabulary, a way to talk, understood around the world because any art is about connection including Jewelry.
This is Why We Present Jewelry As We Do It!
But You, “The viewer is the last stroke in any jewelry piece”.