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MIRTA is a cutting-edge jewellery designer inspired by the refined principles of architectural design and the traditional techniques of silversmithing.
We’ve been looking at a lot of young designers recently and this week we’ve decided to explore a dreamscape that is at once both exciting and entirely unique...
You're looking at one of jewellery's inadvertent secrets, the creations of home-spun boutique, Secret Wood - owners of the most captivating Instagram collections we’ve seen in a long while.
There aren’t many style icons as uniquely captivating as the model turned actress, Doutzen Kroes. Born in the rural Dutch village of Eastermar, Kroes grew up with dreams of being a speed skater. She spent most of her time outdoors, enjoying a rustic upbringing and a healthy Frisian lifestyle.
Perhaps best known for inspiring a bold strand of Art Deco design, Theodor Fahrner is still celebrated today as one of the most successful European costume jewellery designers of the early 20th Century.
Ara Vartanian has the kind of pleasingly linear and apt backstory that makes biographers blush. Raised in a family of artists he learnt his craft first-hand and was inured to the rigorous discipline of an artist from an early age.
We just love it when jewellery sold in Britain still retains the mark of a designer’s heritage, especially if they’re from somewhere exotic.
Rene Lalique is one of those rare artists of such extraordinary vision that he was able to see what future jewellery lovers would be interested in. His distinctive art nouveau designs have survived for many reasons, but perhaps the most significant is the fact they convey the sheer genius of their maker.