2017/04/30

Jean Després, Master of French Art Deco and Modernistic Jewelry

Jean Després

Master of French Art Deco and Modernistic Jewelry

Click the picture to get to see this French designer Jean Després signed silver cross.
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Jean Després

Jean Després (1889 - 1980) was an Art Deco jewelry designer whose name has come to stand for the most dynamic of 20th-century styles. This definitive celebration of his work will delight new admirers and seasoned connoisseurs alike.

Capturing the streamlined, modern aesthetic of the age of the machine and transforming it into objects of great beauty, Després has always been the jeweler of choice for informed collectors and insiders: Josephine Baker was an early admirer, and Andy Warhol’s collection was sold at Sotheby’s, New York in 1988.

As a young man, Després came to know avant-garde artists in Paris, including Léger, De Chirico and Braque. After the outbreak of war in 1914 he worked on the industrial design of aeroplanes, and he transferred this experience and inspiration into the jewelry business.

Després used geometric motifs in his designs, and in the 1930s embarked on a notable collaboration with the glass painter Étienne Cournault. Després went on to create a range of tableware and decorative objects in gold, silver and pewter, whose bold, industrial looks were uncompromisingly modern, yet always graceful and refined.

From: Jean Després Jeweler, Maker and Designer of the Machine Age by Melissa Gabardi ISBN 9780500514788
 






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2017/04/23

Online course by The Garden of Adin: "How to be romantic"......................Here! Flowers!

Online course by The Garden of Adin:
"How to be romantic"

Here! Flowers!

Click the picture to get to see this Antique 5-string pearl bracelet with rose cut diamond closure and real big pearl
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2017/04/16

Big Natural 13½ Carat Untreated Ruby In The Garden of Adin

Big Natural 13½ Carat Untreated Ruby

In The Garden of Adin

Click the picture to get to see this Magnificent platinum Art Deco diamond ring with huge untreated ruby of 13.5 crt.
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2017/04/09

Adin's Scientific Newsbreak! Einstein's relatively antique jewelry theory proven!

Adin's Scientific Newsbreak!

Einstein's relatively antique jewelry theory proven!

Click the picture to get to see this Antique platinum Edwardian diamond brooch.
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The Adin's Institute for Advanced Study on Einstein's Relatively Antique Jewelry Theory proudly presents: "Gravitational Waves: Ripples in the fabric of space-time bringing us jewelry from the past."

In the year 1916, around the time this brooch was made, Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves as part of his relative antique jewelry theory. In Einstein's theory, space and time are aspects of a single measurable reality called space-time. Matter and energy are two expressions of a single material. We can think of space-time as a fabric. The presence of large amounts of mass or energy distorts space-time – in essence causing the fabric to "warp" – and we observe this warpage as gravity. Freely falling objects – whether they are antique brooches, rings or earrings – simply follow the most direct path in this curved space-time; in other words, from Adin's premises to your doorstep. Furthermore this is a perfect proof that the earth is not flat but corrugated.

From: Wijnberg, Elkan (April 9, 2017). "Einstein and the relative antique jewelry theory." Antwerp: Adin's Scientific Press
 
 






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2017/04/02

The Garden of Adin presents: Poppies in all sorts

The Garden of Adin presents

Poppies in all sorts

Click the picture to get to see this Antique Victorian brooch with enameled portrait of young French peasant girl.
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