1/2016 PAGE 66
Gold Jewelry for the Afterlife
A burial ground was found at Varna, Bulgaria in 1972. Along with the skeleton of a circa 1.70-meter-tall, 40- to 50-year-old man, grave number 43 also contained 990 gold objects. This find from the Chalcolithic necropolis has been dated to the period from the end of the fifth to the beginning of the fourth millennium BCE.
2/2015 PAGE 31
Nikolay Sardamov and Ventsislava Vasileva each approach the topic of Garden City in their own way.
The Bulgarian jewelry artist understands the city, with its parks and gardens, as an aesthetic experiment involving harmony and subordination, and as a link between geometric architecture and the organic forms of the plants.
1/2014 PAGE 56
2014 PAGE 194-197
by Catherine Mallette
Hundreds of fascinating color photos reveal the wearable artwork created by today’s top art jewelers of Europe, including one-of-a-kind necklaces, brooches, bracelets, rings, and earrings in gold, silver, mixed metals, glass, enamel work, found objects, and more.
2012 PAGE 22-25
by Narelle Yabuka
Bi-re-cycle Jewellery grants the discarded rubber inner tubes of bicycles a new purpose and value. Formerly hidden from view within bicycle tyres, the inner tubes are revealed and celebrated in this abstract unisex jewellery.
2012 PAGE 56-57
by Josep Maria Minguet/Miquel Abellán
This newest body of work consists of brooches, pendants, rings and earrings. I use the circle as a basic com-ponent and put together three-dimensional forms with six different circle sizes.
2010 PAGE 6-11
by Monsa Instituto de Ediciones/Miquel Abellán
Such is the work of these magic-wielding geniuses, as shown to us in this book, a fraction of their best work.
Here erected is a universe of emotions where different artists from around the world show us their particular and sensual vision of jewelry today.