The Star rings emphasize individuality. Julien Riad Sahyoun strongly believes that everyone can make a difference by embracing their uniqueness and believing in themselves, and he wanted to share this value through his creations. In this collection there are no two rings alike - made by hand they all have different shapes, different colours of gold and diamonds. Each ring is set with a specific number of diamonds that has a symbolic meaning to Julien, for example the Dream Me and Love Me rings are set with 32 and 84 diamonds respectively which corresponds to his birth date.
Glens are prefabricated spare pair of glasses for near sight. They are manufacture from high-quality copolyester and weigh less than 1 gram. Their dimension are 78mm x 21mm x 1mm which is smaller than a credit card size therefore they can be easily carried. They lie well on the nose in almost any position, special pads protect from unpleasant pressure or slipping. Three small knobs on the bridge of the nose assure good grip and provide easy position adjustment.
Snow White collection is a series of floral theme contemporary jewellery design. They are inspired from different seasonal flowers - plum blossom, snowdrop and daisy. The flowers are made of snow white colour porcelain. Every handmade petal has experienced 18 hours of kiln firing, with temperature reaching 1280 degree Celsius. Natural soft earth is refined to delicate and feminine porcelain bijoux. The clear porcelain sound can be heard by handling the jewellery pieces.
The ring is consist of several continuous stream or seam lines flowing over the entire ring from front to back, from inside and outside, folded and overlaid. The design provides the viewer for a visual experience following the continuous loop 3 dimensionally. This continuous loop cannot be experienced in 2D spaces but only through observing as 3D object.
The design incorporates a metal frame structure in which the druzy is held in such a way that there is emphasis on both the stone as well as the metal frame structure. The structure is quite open and makes sure that the stone is the star of the design. The irregular form of the druzy and the metal balls that hold the structure together brings in a little softness to the design. It is bold, edgy and wearable.
The elegant bracelet explores how jewellery transfers intangible movement of nature creatures, into tangible forms for this increasingly standardized world. This extravagant jewellery form enhance the body, creating subtle yet sensual lines in artifacts worn over clothing. By using the lexicon of curves and lines an essence is captured and translated into this vibrant piece of jewellery.
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