Tag: art nouveau

Designer | Theodor Fahrner

Designers 19th January 2017 0 Comments

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. Now, we know a lot of people might be put off by the word ‘costume’ for the simple fact it evokes inexpensive materials and imitation gems. However, you shouldn’t be too hasty…

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Designer | Rachel Boston

Designers 1st January 2017 0 Comments

Rachel Boston graduated in Jewellery Design from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design and is also a former student at the Gemological Institute of America with a diploma in Diamond Grading. In short, she knows what she’s doing. Her signature aesthetic is distinguishable by various art nouveau motifs tailored to the specific standards of contemporary high fashion. Her…

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Gold Boutique | Our Unique Collections

Showcase 10th February 2016 0 Comments

With the launch of Gold Boutique, our most ambitious website yet, we decided to create several fresh collections to give our customers something they’d never seen before. Here are a few of our tailored categories replete with an array of avant-garde designs and unique gemstone arrangements. Many of the designs in our Floral Collection are fringed with diamonds that encircle…

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The Embers Of Art Nouveau

Story 12th January 2016 0 Comments

During the late 1800s European art was largely defined by an academic and mechanised approach. Art was essentially undergoing a period of depression whereby an elitist group of fusty critics took it upon themselves to dictate the rules of what would constitute a meritorious work of art. The only way for an artist to be taken seriously, it seemed, was…

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