Cora Sheibani: Jewels | Author: William Grant
Cora Sheibani?s jewels are the product of a highly active imagination. Her creations are designed to surprise and delight ? miniature cakes and jellies that look good enough to eat; rings and bracelets that glow in the dark; shimmering clouds with diamond raindrops; jewels that stare back at you, and plant pots billowing with vegetation.
Her design handwriting is predicated on a bold sense of form and colour, allied with a playful, contradictory mindset. Her design philosophy is to make jewellery she herself wants to wear and in doing so, she trusts that her customers in turn will appreciate and value her personal aesthetic.
26.5 x 24cm
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