Elena Hurtado & Lorenzo Pepe, Obi Formentera. Her sensibility for colors & love of nature, led her to produce artisan bags w/vintage fabrics. Clothing began two years later. He dedicated his energy to making experimental jewelry. He researches a style quite distant from fashion, based on the formal and graphic study of natural harmony. He draws inspiration mainly from marine organisms and from their structures, textures and symmetries. Collections are exclusive, produced in very limited…
The Norwegian emerald parure is one of the loveliest, with the dark, rich green of the rain forest. Its origins goes back to Napoleon with the neo-Classical design common for that time. The original owner was reportedly the Empress Josephine, making its way first to Sweden through Princess Josephine of Leuchtenberg.
The intricate bead and wirework of this 18k gold snake bracelet dates back to 1870 - the level of detailing was actually achieved using a microscope. See what else is in jewellery designer Eliane Fattal's jewellery box. #LoveGold
Jewelry set given by Mary, Queen of Scots to her attendant, Mary Seton. The set passed by descent to Archibald William, 13th Earl of Eglinton; it was bequeathed to his daughters, who sold it to Christie's on 22 Feb. 1894. Acquired by Algernon Borthwick, 1st Baron Glenesk (1830-1908); by descent it passed to his daughter, Lilias Countess Bathurst (d.1965); by whom presented it to Queen Mary on the Silver Jubilee, May 1935. Acquired for the Royal Collection by Queen Mary of Teck.