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Volha Jewelry
June 21, 2016 01:42


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Volha Jewelry embodies the idea of a form that does not end on itself. Made of natural stones and minerals shaded by crystals and handmade items, Volha pieces resemble architecture of nature itself : direct in its naturalness and harmonious in a variety of implementations.

Unusual color schemes of Volha are the very effect of art, which can not disappear, but on the contrary , like the images of vivid dreams, leaves its imprint in our perception .

By thinking, compositions of Volha combine and accentuate elements that already possess their own existence. And ultimately, showing to the world the jewelry that are not as we see them, but they are as we may think about them .

Thanks to the principal foundations of Volha concept, every single object is created not as part of line production, but as an example of applied art, the art, which is applied to the individuality of the owner through an ensemble made of natural elements, randomly generates outlines of new forms.

 




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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