When making art, it doesn’t matter whether you make it with sticks and stones or paints. What matters is it, reflecting you. Art comes in different shapes and sizes, and this one comes in the shape of ceramic. In this blog post, we will introduce you to our brand-new Ceramic Collection. In this collection, our luxurious jewelry is met with ceramic to bring you modern and innovative pieces.
Ceramic has been around for a long time. Ceramic, although mostly used to make pottery, bricks, tiles, cement, etc. due to being hard and brittle, is also used in a variety of areas like architecture and jewelry. It goes back thousands of years and has been stable until this day. People first used it in 24,000 years BC, and it was for art. The first ceramic-made object found is a statue of a woman named the Venus of Dolní Věstonice. Its usage has been heavily oriented around pottery for many years and spread From China to the Russian Far East region and Japan.
Japanese people used gold to repair broken ceramic objects. They called this art kintsugi (or kintsukuroi). This technique had a philosophy of treating breakage as a history of that object behind it. And the outcome was fascinating. Today we decided to bring back the old ways. Ceramic has witnessed the human mind’s and art’s evolution and has a history of itself. Those alone bring its value as close as it can get to the gold. It is very rare to encounter ceramic in jewelry as it is very hard to incorporate it. But, after overcoming those hardships, we can safely say that it was worth it.
The Ceramic Collection is our newest star. It includes both women’s and men’s jewelry. You can combine your luxurious jewelry with white or black ceramic. Ring Avendano shows one of the most unique ways of incorporating ceramic into jewelry. Combine white ceramic with white pearl for an eye-catching design. Or Necklace Andreas is a sleek design with its black ceramic and pear-cut diamond. If you are not sure about ceramic addition to your jewelry, we would recommend the Bracelet Shumate which will be a more subtle choice. Last but not least, Earring Beyage is a stylish interpretation of ceramic and yellow gold.
Ceramic jewelry is a rising trend in recent years. Discover our brand-new collection to add a twist of ceramic to your jewelry for an artistic touch! Also do not forget to check out our other blog posts too!