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  • COEUR DE LION
    <p><strong>Coeur de Lion® is a timeless collection of high-quality bridge jewelry designed by Carola Eckrodt in Stuttgart, Germany.</strong></p> <div> <p><strong>Established in 1987, Coeur de Lion epitomizes the passion for deep, luxurious colors, clean crisp designs, and unusual textures.</strong></p> <p><strong>At the core of the creative process, glass and Lucite special-ordered through master artisans are skillfully combined with hematite, stainless steel and aluminum parts Carola favors as her metal of choice.  To last an exceptionally long life, only high-grade materials are incorporated in the line.  In addition, her metal parts are expensively treated through eloxation – a bath in which the parts are dipped to lock the surface and protect against scaring- before being thickly plated (3 microns, the thickest in the industry) in silver, rhodium, 24-karat gold and Rose-gold.</strong></p> <p><strong>Of course, Carola trusts Swarovski® exclusively to add some glamour to the mix.  As a major reference and a key player in the high-end segment of the market, Carola is oftentimes allowed to introduce new Swarovski® shapes for a limited time, before anyone else.</strong></p> <p><strong>In the end, what truly makes Coeur de Lion® exceptional is that it strongly appeals to distinctive women who have a classic taste… with attitude.</strong></p> </div>
  • CHRISTINA BRAMPTI
    <p>Christina Brampti believes that there are many ways to view reality and her jewelry reflects that. Using a wide range of materials, she explores different ways of working with each one, resulting in a collection that embraces geometric minimalism, soft undulating shapes, and relaxed, urban cool.</p> <div> <p>She explores scale, using brushed aluminum tubes, both rounded and squared in different sizes, &amp; combines them with cords of varying thickness and materials, including rubber, leather, nylon, tulle, elastic, and cotton.</p> <p>Different techniques are used in the combination of cords, from tightly wrapping one cord around another to create texture to inserting smaller cords inside net tubing to add weight and visual interest.</p> <p>Brampti works with ceramic beads but also uses ceramic chain in strong colors which she also wraps around another cord.</p> <p>Brampti creates linked circles using nylon tubes, or combines a handful of net tubes with brushed aluminum clips or mixes the tulle with transparent plexi chips to create an ethereal effect.</p> <p>Brampti's treatment of plexi starts w/ a sculpted geometric swirl, held by a fine rubber cord. From there, she plays w/ layering different colors of translucent and opaque plexi to create both radiating bands of color and bold circular pendants. And the plexi reappears as fluttering transparent chips when combined with tulle.</p> <p>The designer's workshop is located north of Athens.</p> </div>
  • LAURENT GUILLOT LUCITE
    <p><strong><span>Laurent Guillot is an artist who works in Lucite, crystal, and glass. He has worked in the fashion industry in Paris for over 25 years, creating dramatic jewelry for Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Courreges, Guy Laroche, Baccarat, Swarovski and many others.</span></strong></p> <p><strong><span>Laurent Guillot has been exploring transparency throughout his entire career as an artist. He likes to play w/ shape, volume, &amp; light. </span></strong></p> <p><strong><span>Laurent’s training started in painting restoration, where he had to master a range of techniques including working with foil and gold leaf, painting, and he developed the knowledge of how to layer techniques to create different effects. He combines these techniques with transparency and his sense of proportion, and the result is a line of very contemporary, modern jewelry. It is bold, with clean lines, and the way it catches and reflects light projects a subtlety and strength.</span></strong></p> <p><strong><span>Lucite is different from resin in that it cannot be mass-produced. The material has to be heated and manipulated by hand. Once the material has been individually shaped, each piece then has to be finished with additional layers of color or paint or foil by hand. Because Laurent has been working in Lucite for so long and is constantly experimenting, he has technical expertise that few others can come close to.</span></strong></p> <p><strong><span>Each piece is individually made by Laurent himself, so each piece is unique and has variations. Because working with lucite is time-consuming, these pieces are limited edition. Some of Laurent Guillot’s earlier work has been auctioned off by the world’s leading auction houses.</span></strong></p> <p></p>
  • SAMUEL CORAUX
    <p><strong>Parisian designer Samuel Coraux is unlike any other in his trade. His passion for art and architecture translates seamlessly into his unconventional and brilliant pieces of colorful and comfortable jewelry. His work is a combination of the contemporary with the traditional to deliver elegance and charisma in one. This designer lives to push the limit, as each new collection of his surpasses the last and inspires the following. </strong></p> <div><strong>Samuel Coraux lived in Japan, where he studied the principles of material, color, and movement, which  led to the eccentric collections that he displays today. European modernity meets strong contemporary ideas in Coraux’s studio, located in the heart of Paris.</strong><br /><strong>As a man, Coraux is the living definition of vitality and dynamism. To those who do not know him, his creations provide a window into his humor and energy. And, to those who know him, Coraux is a veritable explosion of color and life, whose studio matches his persona. Behind his wire glasses are eyes that see the world just a bit differently. He sees it with just a bit more shape.</strong></div>
  • THIERRY JOO ENAMEL
    <p><strong>Handcrafted by French artisan Thierry Joo, this collection is built around simple shapes and vibrant colors.</strong></p> <p><strong>Thierry is almost as much a chemist as he is a jewelry designer.  The pigments are skillfully mixed to achieve the exact shade desired. The epoxy is then brushed inside each individual receptacle and the necklaces become alive one color at a time, in a whimsical and happy kind of way. The collection includes necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings.  Thierry uses black oxide copper with a satin finish as his metal of choice but some pieces are also available in pewter.</strong></p> <p><strong>This is a happy line for everyday's pleasure.</strong></p>
  • SANDRINE GIRAUD CREATIONS
    <p><strong>Sandrine Giraud started her career in the film industry as a costume and accessories designer. To say that she is a highly gifted designer does not even begin to describe it. She was named the young artisan of Paris in 1996, due to her original concepts in design. It was that recognition that drove her to further develop her “variable” jewelry.</strong></p> <p><span><strong>The idea is to be able to “convert” the same necklace into many different looks through the careful bending and reshaping of the cables. She now has more than 120 different designs in her current collection, and she introduces more and more elements to enrich her core components, thus turning what started as a concept into a true fashion collection.</strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>Each piece is made by hand by the artist in her Parisian studio. It is a bold and contemporary collection that will delight your most artistic customers, inviting them to take part in the creative process.</strong></span></p> <p><span><strong>Each piece will always be delivered in pristine shape, making this line as low maintenance as any.</strong></span></p>
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