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Rock It! Conservation Of Matter X Ring

Wednesday 26 July 2017

 With a creative background in theatre and dance, Conservation of Matter's founder Kyla Katz delivers drama and movement to the pieces she creates, finding beauty in the stark language of geometry that is otherwise viewed as industrial and raw. Here she pushes boundaries in jewellery design to create a look of boldness that defies tradition. Approaching jewellery as an art form, each piece created acts as a miniature sculpture and as art adornment, designed to initiate an intimate conversation with the body. What is so particularly unique about Conservation of Matter is one would immediately assume that the collection is brainstormed and pre-planned meticulously until the desired outcome is achieved, however she actually produce on an improvisational basis; the design emerges during the making process as the lines, angles and textures slowly reveal itself. She values a sense of discovery and the unexpected surprise element of jewellery, and we all echo the same vein of thoughts.

/Jewellery Crush/ Solomeina Dark Ballet Ring

Monday 17 July 2017

Inspiration: Art, sculpture, modern constructivist
Style: Edgy, contemporary, elegant
Ring: Rhodium plated sterling silver ring with black South Sea pearl 

/In Her Words/ Angela Ciobanu Scratch Beauty Ring

Monday 10 July 2017

"My interest in contemporary jewelry appeared as a natural change of scale that I initially had the chance to experience in the larger, dimensionally speaking, context of architecture. 

Therefore, I started making jewelry applying the same creative process I used to refer to in architecture, but my work has slowly moved from geometrical patterns and mathematical algorithms, deeply imprinted on my mind, to a more experimental approach. 

My jewelry mirrors my fascination with imperfections, with surprising details placed in apparently conventional shapes and I never cease searching for a certain unexpected strength that lies in fragility and lightness.

“It is the imperfection in things that surprises and attracts our perception. Our imperfect and asymmetrical construction will endlessly filter beauty through senses which unconsciously search for scratches in perfection."

- Angela Ciobanu

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For more inspirational jewellery follow @rockinthatgem on Instagram 

/Jewellery Crush/ Sara Robertsson Flounce Earring

Thursday 6 July 2017

Inspiration: Flow of fabric, poet, simplicity of shape
Style: Organic, sculptural, voluminous, understated elegance
Earring: Sterling silver earring


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