Category: JEWELRY JOURNAL

Surreal video “911” by Lady Gaga

Have you already seen Lady Gaga’s latest video?! It‘s an incredibly surreal action, mixing of dream, subconsciousness and reality. Phantasmagoria of images, not connected places, discombobulated actions. The singer constantly changes her costumes and...

Two genius of their epoch

René Lalique was a real revolutionary of his time. He invented the new way of looking at the jewelry. His work you can’t confuse with anyone else. It assumed imprint of its creator and...

Indian Thandatti

Look at this amazing gold earrings. The abstract constructive design could be contemporary, couldn’t it?! The three-dimension form is so impressive and composed of almost sharp geometry: squares and spheres. This type of earrings...

The blue of deep sapphire sky

They were worn by kings and queens for good luck, set in rings for bishops and cardinals. Their blue color symbolizes heaven and in ancient Persia they believed the sky was painted blue by...

Mysterious ancient amulet

A few days ago on Christie’s website I stumbled on an curious gold amulet found in the Balkan territory and created around the 5th millennium BC. Technically it can be divided into two parts:...

About one ring

About gold ring “René Descartes” by German artist Manfred Bischoff. In his work the artist researched parallels, artistic interrelation between language, drawing, sign and jewelry. For me, as a philologist, his art is of...

Poetic jewelry paintings. Robert Smit

The Dutch artist Robert Smith is one of the leading jewelers of our time. His jewelry blurs the boundaries of traditional jewelry art, his art looks like graphics with vivid color elements and poetic...