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Sterling Silver Contemporary Brooch Fig with Amethyst by the Artist

$1,075.50
$1,344.3720% Off

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This Fig Collection contemporary men brooch was made in sterling silver with the hand cut amethyst in dark purple colour. The surface of the gem is slightly frosted, the amethyst shines more on the day light sun, and is darker in the room. The item has been featured in Vogue UA and Harper's Bazaar UA published issues. And the matching earrings from this collection were chosen for the 64th Berlinale Film Festival red carpet by the german actress Anne Ratte-Polle. This Fig pendant is a part of jewellery by artist collection, which were designed by oil painter Polya Medvedeva. There are several fig sculptures within this sunny fruit collection in the different shapes, gems, and materials, it can be with or without leaves or gems.

Details

  • Creator
  • Metal
    Silver,Sterling Silver
  • Stone
    Amethyst
  • Stone Cut
    Mixed Cut
  • Style
    Contemporary
  • Place of Origin
    Germany
  • Period
    21st Century
  • Date of Manufacture
    2021
  • Condition
  • Seller Location
    Berlin, DE
  • Reference Number
    1stDibs: LU1419111085332

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    Ships From: Berlin, Germany
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About the Maker

Polya Medvedeva Jewellery

Polya Medvedeva launched her contemporary jewellery line in 2010, she is an oil and ink painter from Berlin. Her inspiration takes it’s roots from the aesthetics theories of such theoretics as Xie He (China, 5th century). The designer jewellery combines accurate ethical work by professional fine jewellers in Germany (from newest technologies to founded in the 19th century) and new sculptural ideas by the artist. Polya's pieces are regularly featured in Vogue UA, Harper’s Bazaar UA, Another magazine UK and the other magazines. One of the connoisseurs of Polya’s artwork is the German actress Anne Ratte-Polle, who chose the jewellery for the 64th Berlinale Film Festival. For ten years Polya showcases her jewellery in boutique Atelier1, which first international foray was a corner in Dover street market (London). Artist discovered a unique way to encrust colourful gems, hid the diamonds, sapphires, spinels, tanzanites, emeralds, pearls, rubies, amethysts, and garnets between the filigreed flower's ornaments of gold, fig fruits shapes or twigs of Chinese peonies.
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