The wealthy prefer jewellery!
Diamond necklaces and Ferraris beat Picasso and Andy Warhol on the wish list of billionaires.
Necklace | Lexi Daly. ‘Fire Fall’. Made from coffee cup jackets that have been folded, painted, and varnished, sterling silver, gunmetal chain and hematite.*
MAPAU AMEZCUA Collier “ARMADURA DE LUZ O SIN LODO…NO HAY FLOR DE LOTO…..” - exposition “ARTICULATIONS” - maison du Mexique
Sheet Silver has been embossed with a fine rice paper to create an illusion of skin texture
A pair of important Indian Kadas. Each anklet set with a series of twelve rose-cut diamond flowerheads on the convex edge to a gold & dark blue enamel background, the sides with floral & foliate polychrome enamel on a white ground to a central line of green & gold decoration, opens by way of screw fitting. Jaipur, 19th century. Sold at auction in 2012 for 117K. Provenance: Property of a Royal House.
A double ring bond to each other to break and use it with your partner, base of the box is in sandpaper to polish the broken part, Designed by Fredrik Roijè
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It never goes out of style. The yellow-gold ring, whether it is minimalist or Baroque, maintains its status as a must-have jewelry piece. It’s a privileged accessory for those looking for a classic piece and is just as successful among fashionistas.