29 July 2016

10 summer jewelry

Pebbles, fish, driftwood, shellfish and coral: patterns and essential materials.

  • Almasika - Cowry made of gold and diamonds

  • Ateliers Jean Grisoni at Elsa Vanier Gallery - Pendant made of gold and driftwood

  • Cristina Ortiz - Sea star earring made of darkened gold and sapphires

  • Daniela Villegas - Pendant made of gold, gemstones and a cowry

  • Fabio Salini - Bracelets made of gold and coral

  • Shagreen & Tortoise at Hod - Pendant made of gold, gemstones and a shell

  • Solange Azagury-Partridge - Seahorse-flamingo hybrid pendant, made of gold

  • Ted Muehling - Clips made of gold and silver

  • Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. - New edition of a shell brooch created in the 1950s, made of gold, sapphires and diamonds

  • Vhernier - Clips made of gold and gemstones covered with rock crystal

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