Lily Arkwright opens London showroom

[ad_1] Lily Arkwright has announced the opening of its new London showroom as a result of strong customer demand. This new showroom is the first venture south for the sustainable fine jewellery brand established in Manchester. The brand’s current showroom is based in Didsbury and situated...

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On Offer – Art Jewelry Forum

[ad_1] May 2023, Part 2 There are so many reasons to purchase art jewelry… Celebrate that hard-earned promotion Honor a once-in-a-lifetime occasion Pay tribute to a major accomplishment Commemorate the beginning of a new relationship or the end of one Pounce on the perfect piece to round out...

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OMG, Have You Heard – Art Jewelry Forum

[ad_1] May 2023, Part 2 Art Jewelry Forum is pleased to share the news that members of our community find noteworthy. Is something missing? The success of this compilation of compelling events, news, and items of interest to the jewelry community depends on YOUR participation. If...

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Fred Bennette launches new Everyday Unity collection

[ad_1] Fred Bennette, an exclusive men’s jewellery brand, has launched a new supplement collection, Everyday Unity. The jewellery retailer said that the collection’s design is a blend of “nature and modern design”. The new range features necklaces and bracelets and are made using stainless steel, leather and...

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Hallmarking drops 24% in April

[ad_1] Home/News/Trade Organisations/Hallmarking drops 24% in April Trade Organisations These figures represent another consecutive month of decline in hallmarking after March saw a decrease of 35.9% The number of items hallmarked in the UK from the four UK Assay Offices fell 24% in April...

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Stitching Is Medicine – Art Jewelry Forum

[ad_1] Catherine Blackburn was born in Patuanak, Saskatchewan, of Dene and European ancestry. She is a member of the English River First Nation. Blackburn is a multidisciplinary artist and jeweler whose common themes address Canada’s colonial past, often prompted by personal narratives. Catherine Blackburn x Skye...

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What Makes This Necklace by Verena Sieber-Fuchs Art Jewelry?

[ad_1] IT EXPANDS THE BOUNDARIES OF JEWELRY. An oversized neckpiece made of garlic peels questions the essential characteristics of jewelry. FOR PLACEMENT ONLY. Verena Sieber-Fuchs, Onion Neckpiece, waiting for photo from artist The post What Makes This Necklace by Verena Sieber-Fuchs Art Jewelry? appeared first on Art...

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What Makes David Bielander’s Crown Art Jewelry?

[ad_1] RETHINKING PRECIOUS MATERIALS. While this crown appears to be cardboard, it is made of gold, both yellow and white. David Bielander, Cardboard Crown, 2015, crown/neckpiece, yellow and white gold7 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 1 1/4 inches (190 x 190 x 32 mm), Museum of...

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What Makes Julia Obermaier’s Brooch Art Jewelry?

[ad_1] MATERIALITY. Stones are handled in new ways—sliced, stacked, and layered into brooches. Julia Obermaier, Verborgen (Hidden), 2021, brooch, rock crystal, resin, pigment, stainless steel, 3 ½ x 4 ⅜ x 1 ⅜ inches (90 x 110 x 35 mm), photo: artist The post What Makes Julia...

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What Makes Myra Mimlitsch-Gray’s Ring Art Jewelry?

[ad_1] CHANGING THE MEANING OF WELL-UNDERSTOOD FORMS. A knuckle duster is a tool for violence—and considered a concealed weapon in many parts of the world. Mimlitsch-Gray re-envisions one as an object of peace, an intricate collage of brass “lucky” charms. Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Untitled (Ring II), 1993, gold-plated...

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