05 April 2017

Contemporary flora

Few jewelers avoid using the flower, a subject as fascinating as it is inexhaustible. The more contemporary versions move further from reality and break with its silent image. Even without a gemstone and using only metal, it is enough to work with a circular pattern to immediately reveal an archetype of the flower. Even hybridized, distorted or given a twist, the flower is so present in the collective imagination that most often it continues to simply resemble a flower.

  • Aude Lechère - "Organic" bracelet made of gold

  • Blanca Muñoz at the miniMASTERPIECE gallery - "Maraña" ring made of gold

  • Claire Wolfstirn at the Elsa Vanier gallery - Earrings made of patinated steel and gold

  • Esty Grossman - Removable pendant made of gold and silver

  • Niessing at the Elsa Vanier gallery - "Flower Disc" necklace made of gold

  • Nuun - "Ginkgo Ombre" earrings made of blackened gold and diamonds

  • Oscar Niemeyer for H. Stern - Gold earrings

  • Snem Yildirim - Brooches made of brass, recycled plastic and steel

  • Christopher Thompson Royds - "Poppy" necklace made of hand-painted gold and diamonds

  • Victoria Walker - "Rose" pendant made of gold and silver

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