07 July 2017
Here we see a necklace, bracelet and ring cut out of an ordinary sheet of polythene. “This object, in the guise of a jewelry set, created a dialogue between jewelry and art,” says designer Carole Guinard, who produced it in 1987 for the first Biennale du Bijou in Paris. “The ultra-clean design provided a simple answer to the ambiguous questions posed by multiples, endless reproductions and copies with no originals.” The stock remaining from 1987 is now on sale at €25 a piece in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs bookstore. A splendid collector’s item.
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Balmain launched its first jewelry collection. Unsurprisingly, it covered a wide range of prices and followed the company’s traditional look.
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The Musée des Arts Décoratifs continues to open up to contemporary jewelry: the Jewelry Gallery collection now features a creation by Taiwanese designer...
The nose ornaments in this exhibition are nothing short of sumptuous! Whether with pendants, crab-shaped, bimetal, rounded, hammered, these decorations...