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Eleni Zolia

Can jewellery be a form of sculpture or can sculpture be a form of jewellery?

This is the main idea that Zolia Jewellery flirts with. Wearable pieces of sculpture with an eccentric and quirky essence, function as unconventional pieces of jewellery. Fluid, futuristic curves in harmony with angles create the unique signature.

The pieces are made out of silver adorned with bright coloured precious and semi-precious stones, in limited editions or just one of a kind. They make the wearer feel special and appreciate them as handmade objects and as little pieces of sculpture, small enough to be carried and underline her personality.

The inspiration comes from natural elements and man made things. They are getting reformed into fluid, sculptural wearable objects. The distinctive style derives from early influences from architecture and constructivism and later ones from futurism and biomorphism. The edges and the angles come from the first, while the fluid curves come from the second. The great interest in Pop Art adds the colourful stones and details.

Every piece is sculpted by hand in wax and then casted in sterling silver. Only 50 pieces are made out of each design. The stones can vary. Pieces in gold can be made upon request.

We also accept orders for bespoke, one-of-a-kind pieces.

Every piece of jewellery has a serial number and the creator’s signature carved on it. They are fully hallmarked, as well.

 
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