Collana Pantra Concavo

Collana Pantra Concavo

Apr
18

Alba Polenghi Lisca  Collana Pantra Concavo, 2005 Satin silver pendant 7.6 x 0.8 x 7.7 cm Edition of 4, hallmark AP “The artist jewel includes his/her own aesthetic – artistic research, deepening of his reflection, thus becoming a piece of art independent of the jewel intended as an ornament. For me, the jewel reflects the anticipated discourse in painting translated into a new language with different materials, the design of which comes from a design – shape – sign, a process that I follow from the beginning of the work in each piece.”APL    

Collana Eclisse

Apr
18

    Alba Polenghi Lisca  Collana Eclisse, 2001 Satin blackened and gold-plated silver pendant 5 x 0.8 x 13 cm Edition of 3, hallmark APL “The artist jewel includes his/her own aesthetic – artistic research, deepening of his reflection, thus becoming a piece of art independent of the jewel intended as an ornament. For me, the jewel reflects the anticipated discourse in painting translated into a new language with different materials, the design of which comes from a design – shape – sign, a process that I follow from the beginning of the work in each piece.”APL    

Collana Meltemi

Apr
18

Alba Polenghi Lisca  Collana Meltemi, 2010 Satin silver necklace 20 x 23.5 cm Edition 1/1, hallmark APL “The artist jewel includes his/her own aesthetic – artistic research, deepening of his reflection, thus becoming a piece of art independent of the jewel intended as an ornament. For me, the jewel reflects the anticipated discourse in painting translated into a new language with different materials, the design of which comes from a design – shape – sign, a process that I follow from the beginning of the work in each piece.”APL    

Collana Le Mal du Fleur

Apr
18

Alba Polenghi Lisca  Collana Le Mal du Fleur, 2008 Satin silver necklace 15 x 13 cm Edition of 2, hallmark APL “The artist jewel includes his/her own aesthetic – artistic research, deepening of his reflection, thus becoming a piece of art independent of the jewel intended as an ornament. For me, the jewel reflects the anticipated discourse in painting translated into a new language with different materials, the design of which comes from a design – shape – sign, a process that I follow from the beginning of the work in each piece.”APL    

Collana Calliope

Apr
17

Alba Polenghi Lisca Collana Calliope, 2005 Satin silver pendant 5.3 x 1.2 cm Unique “The artist jewel includes his/her own aesthetic – artistic research, deepening of his reflection, thus becoming a piece of art independent of the jewel intended as an ornament. For me, the jewel reflects the anticipated discourse in painting translated into a new language with different materials, the design of which comes from a design – shape – sign, a process that I follow from the beginning of the work in each piece.”APL  

Collana Visnu

Apr
17

Alba Polenghi Lisca  Collana Visnu, 1999 18kt satin gold pendant 9.7 x 4.7 cm Unique, hallmark AP “The artist jewel includes his/her own aesthetic – artistic research, deepening of his reflection, thus becoming a piece of art independent of the jewel intended as an ornament. For me, the jewel reflects the anticipated discourse in painting translated into a new language with different materials, the design of which comes from a design – shape – sign, a process that I follow from the beginning of the work in each piece.”APL    

Lupa Romana

Apr
01

Paolo Canevari Lupa Romana, 2019 Oxidised silver, 18kt yellow gold pendant/bracelet with diamonds 3 cm tall, 9.5 cm wide, 5 cm diameter Edition of 10 Signed and numbered Paolo Canevari continues his analysis of the iconography of power in this beautiful pendant necklace, which can also be worn as a bracelet. The official symbol of the City of Rome today, the She-Wolf has been venerated by Romans since the times of antiquity for her nurturing and protective powers.  With the animal’s traditional representation of instinct, intelligence and value of interpersonal connections, Lupa Romana is an invitation to reflect on what these metaphysical qualities mean to us.

Lupe Romane

Jan
22

Paolo Canevari Lupe Romane (Roman She-Wolf), 2019 Micro mosaic and 9kt rose gold necklace 3.0 x 4.5; 3.5 x 4.5; 3.0 x 4.5 cm; chain 42.5 cm. Unique and signed Created using the ancient Roman technique of micro mosaic, the Lupe Romane necklace is an exquisite artist jewel that reminisces about the bygone Roman times through its beautiful execution and mythological subject-matter. The official symbol of the City of Rome today, the She-Wolf has been venerated by Romans since the times of antiquity for her nurturing and protective powers.

Fossil Necklace

Dec
03

Liliane Lijn Fossil Necklace, 2008 Electro-formed silver necklace with sterling band Edition of 8 + 1AP     Evocative of her visual abstractions and material manipulations, Lijn’s concept of the primal earth are finely tuned with the geological sciences. As humanity uncovers the remnants of past creatures,  the cycle of life and death are drawn into continuous momentum of renewal and vitality that Lijn echoes in her Fossil series. The way these necklaces engage so fittingly with the wearer evokes a very personal dialogue with Lijn’s motifs of the primal earth. In a very personal, meditative approach with these pieces, Lijn begins her pieces by moulding a clump of very hot wax to create these ornaments upon the necklace piece.  The high temperature, granted this malleable nature of the wax to manipulate the mass and resemble these earthen elements. As technology has allowed her to work with a diverse range of materials in her sculptural work; instead of cast metal, electro-forming was used to carefully reflect the same earthen surface texture reinforced into these beautiful, elegant necklace pieces.

Luminous Gold Leaf

Nov
22

Maria Sole Ferragamo Luminous Gold Leaf, 2018 Suede leather and 24k gold leaf Edition of 10   Working with the idea of upcycling leftovers of high quality materials, Maria Sole Ferragamo re-invigorates and gives birth to new incredible collections of unique leather jewellery. The artist is surrounded by endless creativity and a great awareness to materiality and craftsmanship, often resulting in works that present such authenticity to her sustainable values. Bold, contrasting, and experimental with colour, her wearable works of art become a testament to the new generation of art and design that thrives off of sustainability without depleting her innovative streak. Luminous Gold Leaf is incredibly defined and bold, demonstrating Ferragamo’s eagle-eyed attention to detail and materiality. Designed with painterly, and expressive elements, Ferragamo creates a neckpiece that is bright, colourful, and visually striking. There is a beautiful engagement with how the material sits on the wearer, as there is a intricate mark making in tandem with the geometric negative spaces created, making this neckpiece such a modern and versatile addition to the wearer.