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Exhibition Jewels of the Sea

Havets Juveler

Til udstillingen Havets Juveler, afholdt på akvarieoplevelsescentret Fjord&Bælt fra juni – december 2020 blev Kristina Rosing, Rosing Fine Jewelry specielt udvalgt til at deltage med et værk. Valget stod hende frit om hun ville arbejde med perler, koral eller rav – hun valgte perler, som hun har ladet fatte i sit Wave-hårsmykke. Dermed har designeren også tilføjet endnu et design til sin Twisted-kollektion fra 2017. Det definerende Möbius-twist muliggør, at kulturperlerne ses uanset vinkel. Lodret opstående fungerer smykket som en hårbøjle – men det kan også bæres som diadem, afhængig af dagens humør og begivenhed. Bøjlens svungne guldkurve illuderer havgræs, og lysets spil i den giver ro i et moderne minimalistisk look. Tahiti kulturperlerne er nøje udvalgt i havets farver, og med deres abstrakte renhed og dybde kroner de hårsmykket med feminin ynde.

Jewels of the Sea

For this special exhibition, centred on the three jewels made of and in the sea – coral, pearls and amber – 40 goldsmiths, silversmiths and jewellery designers were each invited to contribute with one creation, inspired by life in, on or under water. The sea is known to hold both life and legends which are equally dangerous and fascinating.

The catalogue accompanying the exhibition presented a cursory review of sea history: Portraits of the sea and its life immortalised in literary tales, in paintings and film, in music and jewellery, in the monsters of mythology, in religious accounts of the creation and in the subconscious of psychology. The sea has provided food, means of transport for trade and an insightful source of inspiration for artists. Monsters and maelstroms have held their place in mankind’s fearful fantasies – while conches, seashells, fish and whales have figured as symbols in religious contexts and in art history.

Rosing Fine Jewelry

Wave

14 karat guld og 18 Tahiti kulturperler i diameterstørrelser fra 8,1 – 12,4 mm. Kulturperlerne changerer i havets farver  –  grønlige, blålige, violette over til de mørke nuancer.

 

14 karat gold and 18 Tahiti cultured pearls in diameter sizes from 8,1 – 12,4 mm. The cultured pearls shimmer in the colours of the ocean – greenish, blueish, and darker.