Inspired by great literary works, fine art and his own background, Alex Sepkus creates intricate, sculptural, beautiful jewelry. In fact, his pieces are so intricate, that he and the craftsmen who work on his collections use microscopes to create the tiny details and finishes.
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Descending from a line of gold coin dealers, Lika Behar was born in Istanbul Turkey. Although she moved to New York in the early 80’s, she regularly goes back to her hometown and all her pieces are handmade there. The contrast between the historical architecture and modern skyline of Istanbul is the main inspiration for
Drawing inspiration from classic Greece, the bold designs of Indian jewelry and Byzantine art, Jessica Fields creates delicate, intricate jewelry that is at once classic and modern. Sapphires, tourmaline, garnet, diamonds and other gems adorn the pieces in her fine jewelry line. She also has a bridal collection filled with unique yet timeless, interchangeable mounts
De Grisogono was fouded in 1993 by black diamond specialist Fawaz Gruosi. When he named the company he used the maiden name of one of his associates’ mother. Before starting De Grisogono, in his early 20s he designed jewelry for Bulgari: Gianni Bulgari liked his creations so much that he created a new position for
Designed by Ileana Makri, this elegant, delicate ring was inspired by feline eyes. It is a 18 karat gold with a 0.12 karat sapphire as the central stone surrounded by tsavorite embelishments and 0.21 karat diamonds.
A beautiful duo comprised of two 18 karat rose gold rings. One of the ring has 0.25 karats black diamonds, the other is studded with pink sapphires.