Sculptural Rings by Karl Fritsch

Sculptural Rings by Karl Fritsch

No other jeweler approaches making jewelry in the same manner as German Karl Fritsch.  Working with a childlike playfulness and a rebellious irreverence, Fritsch simultaneously embraces and disregards all the historical traditions of his craft. Fritsch boldly pushes...
Lucy Sarneel’s Jewelry

Lucy Sarneel’s Jewelry

  In Lucy Sarneel‘s words: “For some time my work has developed towards the idea of a jewel considered as a power-object and patron, as a counterpart of the high-tech, time-efficient, money-ruled world we live in.” “The “carrying material“ of...
Contemporary Jewelry Maker Jess Dare

Contemporary Jewelry Maker Jess Dare

Based in Australia, Jess Dare works predominately in glass using lampworking techniques and non-precious metal. She approaches nature as a metaphor to investigate concepts of the fragility and transience of memory. Her work is exhibited internationally and is...
Mixed Media Brooches by Grainne Morton

Mixed Media Brooches by Grainne Morton

Grainne Morton was born and raised in Northern Ireland. She is obsessively drawn to collecting miniature objects, which eventually find a place in her work. Grainne lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland, with her husband, two children and her vast collection of...
Delicate Sculptural Jewelry by Studio Baladi

Delicate Sculptural Jewelry by Studio Baladi

The artist behind Studio Baladi works with gold, sterling silver, brass, and sometimes combines new and surprising materials. The word “Baladi” means locally, from the ground, untouched, which is what guides the lines and textures of most of her...
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