LOOT: Mad about Jewelry (New York)
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LOOT: Mad about Jewelry (New York)

If modern art was a man, contemporary jewelry would be his wife. Eccentric, bright, generous, with unrealistic expectations from life. A type of woman that others would discuss: “How she only manages to have such a full life without any normal occupation?!” And, yet, she does.   I love contemporary jewelry! I love its unreasonable scales and…

Amsterdam Diamant Museum and interesting facts about diamonds
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Amsterdam Diamant Museum and interesting facts about diamonds

Hi everyone! As some of you know, I just returned after a trip to Amsterdam and Rome and, as promissed, will share my jewelry experiences from these remarkable places. You know, sometimes you have two absolutely different pieces of jewelry, of different materials and styles far, far away from each other, and equally like both!…

Identity: Legnica International Jewellery Competition 2017
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Identity: Legnica International Jewellery Competition 2017

The 26th Legnica internationl jewellery competition in the framework of Legnica Jewellery Festival Silver 2017 (Poland) is open for submissions. This years topic is “Identity”. IDENTITY Exposition time and venue: April 27 – June 11, 2017 The Gallery of Art in Legnica Exhibition opening: May 20, 2017 Works must be submitted by April 5, 2017…

Create contemporary brooches? Get your work published!
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Create contemporary brooches? Get your work published!

Following the success and interest in New Necklaces: 400 Designs in Contemporary Jewellery, New Earrings: 500+ Designs from Around the World and New Rings: 500+ Designs from Around the World, and its recent revisited edition, klimt02 (Nicolas Estrada) would like to invite you to submit work for selection to be included in the fourth book of…

(14 feb, 2017-19 aug, 2018) Past Is Present: Revival Jewelry
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(14 feb, 2017-19 aug, 2018) Past Is Present: Revival Jewelry

A new exhibition “Past Is Present: Revival Jewelry” will be presented at the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, USA) from February 14, 2017 up to August 19, 2018. Whether copying or choosing motifs to reinterpret, jewelers have always looked to the past for inspiration. The practice became popular in the 19th century, as designers like Castellani, Giacinto…