La Satomi Kawakita és una joiera que viu i treballa a Nova York encara que va néixer al Japó. M’encanten els seus anells de diamants i la manera que té de muntar les pedres. No em faria pas res tenir uns quants anells seus per poder-los portar tots juntets en un dit!!
Satomi Kawakita is a New York City-based jewelry designer but she was born and raised in Japan. I love her diamond rings and the way she sets gemstones. I would like to have some of her rings to wear them together in the same finger!!
Conroy & Wilcox és una companyia de Nova York formada per Gillian Conroy i Danica Wilcox i especialitzada en alta joieria. M’encanten les montures que fan als diamants!
Conroy & Wilcox is an independently owned New York based company specializing in fine, heirloom-quality jewelry. It began as a creative collaboration between Gillian Conroy and Danica Wilcox and they make really nice diamond settings. I love them!
“My love it came, my love it went…
So I plied and so I played
with brevity and breadth, I gauged with breath
and mined and moulded, and with my arms I then held it.
A big black rock. An average to large white rock. And a smaller yellow
rock… The economy of desire was measurable but not immutable
And with all that was left, bent gold around each cleft,
was shaped band and claws from a propeller lent.
Till threaded and golden gleamed this ring thrice revolving.
[Threaded, that is, to keep her mindful of the stone and of me.]
boxed and placed and presented and requested…
So now, she chooses which stone to wear – one for work and one for stares.
One for evenings and one for mournings. One for what ever she cares.
And now I too play this game of choice… to add another to the compliment
of raw precious diamonds; rough to remind my nights beforeher, and rare
as the days now empty.
Or, to take one away.”
Via Law from LaBurritaVieja.
Les joies d’aquesta artista de Nova York són una barreja de les tècniques modernes amb les antigues. Treballa l’or de 18 i 22kt juntament amb el platí, tot construint aquestes magnífiques filigranes. M’encanta!
This New York artist’s jewels are a mix of modern and ancient tecniques. She works with 18 and 22kt gold with platinum, making these wonderful jewellery. I love it!