Jewelry as enchanted gardens by Marie-Eve G. Castonguay
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Jewelry as enchanted gardens by Marie-Eve G. Castonguay

Sometimes, reading my interviews, you might wonder: “Why does she ask the same questions again and again?” Well, the questions stay the same, but people are different! In life and work we face the same questions – to do what, for whom, how…The diversity around is provided only becuase all people have different answers for these…

Social conflicts and controversies in the jewelry by Kim Paquet
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Social conflicts and controversies in the jewelry by Kim Paquet

What can be more fun than to know the artist behind the handmade creation? Buying handmade (I am talking about professional handmade, of course), does not only give you the quality thing, but also the energy and the story of the creator! Sometimes inspiration comes not from beautiful things but from problems and social inadequacies…In…

Enamel art jewelry worlds by Klenodie (Kaori Juzu)
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Enamel art jewelry worlds by Klenodie (Kaori Juzu)

Hi everyone! I have a special treat for you today. If you read my review LOOT: Mad about Jewelry (New York) you probably remember my excitement about the stunning zen minimalistic enamels in the wooden frames. For this Friday I interviewed the creator of the brand Klenodie Kaori Juzu! I invite you to discover this beautiful artist with…