Today is another day of ”Designers and Their Proposals ”, as always we have creativity and beautiful pieces of jewelry from different designers and brands.
I want to remind you that we are no longer receiving proposals from designers, we’ll let you know when we start again with this topic. But now, I want to start with our new top, and I’m excited to show the new proposals:
10. Amari Jewels & Designs:
Maria Jose Dominguez joined to her sister Maria Luisa Dominguez and in 2009 they inaugurated the brand ”Amari Jewels & Designs” in Costa Rica, which seeks to offer an alternative to the traditional jewelry with original accessories for women who want to highlight their personality.
Maria Jose studied gemology and currently resides in Hong Kong, so she chooses the gems and she makes sure they are genuine. Meanwhile, Maria Luisa studied goldsmithing at the ”Crisol” school and she is graduated in architecture.
In previous years they have participated in the Hong Kong Fashion week and every 2 weeks they have a segment in a well-known morning show in Costa Rica, where they talk about topics related to jewelry.
”Janami” was born in 2013, when Mirna Espinoza decided to have her own brand as part of a dream she had since childhood, when she collected from flowers to stones.
The materials used are varied; seashells, spores, wood, dried flowers, foliage, leather and silver plated.
Currently ”Janami” has presence in strategic locations at Costa Rica, as Barrio Amon, Manuel Antonio, San Ramon, among others.
8. Kdavid Accesorios:
Their proposals are ecological, using recycled materials that become true pieces of art. They use all kinds of materials and then convert them into real jewels to use them on any occasion.
The geometric shapes charge freedom with their designs, color combinations make reference to ethnicity. They design necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings with different finishes.
7. Maly Joyas:
It is a company dedicated to the design of jewelry in silver and fine jewelry, collections have innovative designs, capturing the beauty of the earth and working with special stones, their jewelry has a modern style with lot of energy.
They also just returned from a jewelry fair called ”HKTDC Hong Kong International” and finished a new collection called ”Alma de la Tierra” working with semi-precious stones.
In ”Zurivu” they want to have national handmade products with selected materials, knowing their origin and quality.
They work with quality materials such as silver 925, yellow and pink gold, combined with crystals, natural stones and semiprecious stones; jade, natural pearls, etc.
Heyra Arroyo Lugo is the founder and designer of ”Haccesories” and she’s also a publicist, business manager, bilingual, manager and marketing lover, she entered into the jewelry world as a hobby.
She has many techniques and materials of the best quality; gold-plated, silver, and various gems. She also offers recovery service for accessories and jewelry.
4. Brava Jewel:
”Brava Jewel” is a handmade brand from Colombia and its designer is Lamus Pamela Vargas, who studied industrial design at the Javeriana University.
They use precious stones like Colombian emerald and other semiprecious stones, accompanied by alternative materials such as wood, seeds and leather. Everything in the brand has a structured DNA.
3. Stela Bijoux:
Stela Lozada is a Venezuelan who worked as a teacher and since December 2015 began preparing and training in the art world to design her own jewelry pieces, she also attended to workshops to grow her knowledge in the design.
The brand ”Bissoia” offers exclusive and innovative products with the highest standards of quality, seeking to satisfy women in their personal look by designing jewelry in the city of Bogota, Colombia.
They are inspired by the Samurai, who used the technique ”kumihimo”, so they make jewelry with great techniques and a unique beauty as always.
1. Mushaisa Joyeros:
It’s a brand committed to the environment and social responsibility, they use recyclable materials with origin certification and not from areas of conflict or child labor.
Their designs are taken from the pre-Colombian history and its own history; wealth, mythology, legends and roots, all these aspects are transformed into unique designs.
The jewelry is made of gold or silver, using natural colored stones such as sapphire, ruby, amethyst and topaz, they also use precious stones like emeralds and diamonds.
So, this was the part #7, I hope you liked all these new proposals as I did.
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