2017/07/16

Adin Antique Jewelry presents: Antique jewelry of the future!

Adin Antique Jewelry presents:

Antique jewelry of the future!

Click the picture to get to see this Estate engagement ring with top emerald and diamonds.
Click the picture to learn more about this estate ring with top emerald.
 


What makes a good piece of antique jewelry, a good piece of antique jewelry?


The answer to this question is simple as can be. A good piece of antique jewelry should be a good style representative for the period it was made in, and it should have been made in that era too. A piece of jewelry made well but pretending to be older than the time it was actually made in, is just a reproduction.

What we show here is what we think is a good piece of future antique jewelry. Recognizable made somewhere around 1980 and made in the best jewelers traditions. Not only that, the center stone, a Colombian emerald of approx. 1.80 crt, is of a quality we never had in our collection. The cheering gem is beaming its intense green light in a way making anybody looking at it, immediately falling in love with it. We count ourselves lucky to have been able to get this beauty into our collection.

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2017/07/09

Adin Antique Jewelry presents: Catch a falling star...

Adin Antique Jewelry presents:

Catch a falling star...

Click the picture to get to see this French Victorian antique star brooch filled with old mine brilliant cut diamonds.
Click the picture to learn more about this Victorian diamond loaded brooch.
 
Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket,
Never let it fade away.
Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket,
Save it for a rainy day.
(Lyrics by Lee Julien Pockriss and Paul J. Vance)
 

It could be very well possible that this brooch was made inspired by the passage of Halley’s comet in 1835. The passage of Halley inspired jewellers to make jewels in the shape of celestial bodies. This comet appears every 76 years. In 1705 Edmond Halley predicted, using Newton’s newly formulated laws of motion, that the comet seen in 1531, 1607, and 1682 would return in 1758 (which was, alas, after his death). The comet did indeed return as redicted and was later named in his honor.
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2017/07/02

The Garden of Adin Presents: Artist Jewelry by Chris Steenbergen (1920-2007)

The Garden of Adin Presents:

Artist Jewelry by Chris Steenbergen (1920-2007)

Click the picture to get to see this Artist Jewelry by Chris Steenbergen silver and gold brooche.
Click the picture to learn more about this brooch by Chris Steenbergen.
 
 
This 14K yellow gold and silver brooch from 1972 by the well-known Dutch contemporary jewellery artist, Chris Steenbergen, serves as a collectible piece of future antique jewellery. This design illustrates interplay of contours in the shape of a square outer line, a circular negative inner space and an oval profile. Being an example of minimalistic abundance, this jewel is a wearable statement.

This particular brooch is pictured on page 36 in the catalog of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands, named 'Chris Steenbergen, goldsmith' published in 1985.

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