18 March 2017
John Moore’s jewelry is the highlight of the “Couleurs” exhibition on show at the Elsa Vanier Gallery. The British jeweler dyes and cuts aluminum to serve his obsessions with color, repetition, movement and touch. Ultra light earrings and necklaces made up of silky aluminum elements combine such influences as the pangolin’s protective shell, pine cones and ethnic jewelry with beetle wings.
Exhibition from March 24th to May 15th 2017.
In the “fantasy” category, brands offering vermeil, gold-plating and gold-plated brass are flying high. This is due to…
Opaque, smooth and shiny without sparkling: there’s nothing like lacquer to satisfy that crazy desire for color and optimism!
I was so surprised by the extreme lightness of this Tabayer bracelet – to the point of wondering if it was really gold at all.
As the central element of this collection, links even become a garment in their own right when Roustaing turns them into an ultra-sexy top.
Too big, too fragile, too disturbing, too bulky, too outrageous, too eccentric, too over-the-top… just too much. That’s what you’ll say when you...
In Renard Bijoux, you get a sense of authenticity, rurality, the emotions generated by the tiny details of everyday life, and of work done by hand.