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.
SogiBijoux necklace , photographer: Debora Pota #SogiBijoux #necklace #handmade #italy #debora #pota #cotton #collana #accessory
Love Token, by Anika Smoluvitz:
This body of work explores human interaction with objects, specifically the interaction of our lips with objects. While examining the psychological and sociological potency of chocolate in the pieces entitled Love Tokens, I became aware of the sensual power of our lips. This culminated in Chocolate, a collaborative interactive installation comprised of a series of impressions made in the gold foil wrappers of Ferrero Rocher chocolates. The impressions are of puckered lips or teeth. In its use of repetition, mass quantities of “faux” gold foil, reference to chocolate and to the mouth, the installation speaks of consumption, indulgence, passion, and consumerism.
Earrings by Kimberly McDonald, The irregular shapes in the earrings are meant to be geodes. Geodes are formations that build up over time in spaces between rocks. They often contain a quartz shell lined with minerals that eventually form crystals. So, when you look at the irregular shapes of these earrings, you see a reminder of a natural phenomenon. McDonald, who lives and works in New York City, combines natural materials such as agates and geodes with untreated stones such as diamonds, raw emeralds, and baroque pearls.
Chanel, 1932 Collection, Earrings in 18K white gold, onyx and diamonds.