Meet the jewelers

13 February 2021

What Will The Ox Year Bring You?

Your Chinese horoscope jewelry guide

There are twelve animals in the Chinese zodiac. Legend has it that when creating the calendar, the Jade Emperor called all the creatures on Earth to take part in a race to visit him where he ruled the cosmos. The first twelve to cross the finish line were assigned a place in the calendar. The winners were: Rat, Ox, Tiger, Rabbit, Dragon, Snake, Horse, Goat, Monkey, Rooster, Dog, and Pig (in that winning order).

Extract of a publication on "Meet The Jewelers" website

Thanks: Meet The Jewelers @meetthejewelers, Livia Rosina @liviarosina and @myrenedepremonville

Forbes

Jan 25, 2021

Pantone Colors Of 2021: Three Rings That Say Strength And Hope

by Kate Matthams on Forbes.com

Love ring by Alexandra Abramczyk

As a designer who has built a brand based on a melting-pot of different cultural influences, Alexandra Abramczyk frequently explores spiritual themes like hope, alongside more earthly work rooted in the animal and ocean kingdoms. Here, she mixes metals, Ottoman-style, in an intricately worked commitment ring designed to celebrate the dawn of a new love. Brushed yellow gold combines with rhodium-plated white gold, edged with a dentelle of 2.19 carats of white diamonds, bearing the inscription 'Pour des siècles et des siècles' ('For centuries and centuries'). Inside, it reads 'Mon amour', punctuated with a tiny ruby. A private symbol of love, or perhaps a new beginning, in inspiriting yellow and grey.

Thanks: Kate Matthams @katematthams, Forbes @forbes and @myrenedepremonville

Fashion Spider

3 January 2021

SERIE NO. 31: A Colourful Spring

The holidays are over, it’s time to think about spring and the sunny days ahead. No more gray and its lot of dull colors and hello the cheerfulness, the vivid and shimmering colors that give back peps.

For this first spring 2021 fashion series, focus on the colors of the season with orange, pink, turquoise, green, blue and yellow. The prints take hold of the looks to display an unquestionable optimism.

Excerpt from a publication on the Fashion Spider website

Thanks: fashion spider @fashionspiderofficial, Frédéric blanc @fredericwhite and @myrenedepremonville

Oui Magazine

December 2020 / January February 2021

Astro... nomics!

Star earrings in spicy yellow gold from tsavorites, apatite, amethyst and diamonds, Alexandra Abramczyk

Remerciements : Oui Magazine @ouimag_fr, Michèle Slider #michelesider et @myrenedepremonville

Air France Madame

December 2020 / January 2021

Style Mode

“Sultane” signet ring, in yellow gold, an orange agate and diamonds, Alexandra Abramczyk

Thanks: Air France Madame magazine @airfrancemadame, Annabelle Sangin @annabelle.asng and @myrenedepremonville

Marie Claire Maison

December 2020 / January 2021

Shopping page "Influences"

Necklace "Energy" in gold, sapphires, apatites, turquoise, tsavorites and diamonds, unique piece. Alexandra Abramczyk

Thanks: Anne Desnos-Bré @annedesnosbre, Clarissa Scalisi @c-la-ri-ssa, Le magazine Marie Claire Maison @marieclairemaison and @myrenedepremonville.

Madame Figaro

4 December 2020

Special Gifts / Shopping

Large multicoloured fish: Necklace Fish set with a rainbow of blue Sapphires, Amethysts, Tsavorites and Topaz - by Alexandra Abramczyk

Thanks: Anne-Sophie Mallard @diamondmallard, Capucine Terrin @capucineterrin, Madame Figaro @madamefigarofr and @myrenedepremonville.

Condé Nast Traveller

December 2020

There has always been a fascination with the haul of the seashore, with shells appearing in works of art – from Botticelli to Georgia O’Keeffe, Dalí to Frida Kahlo – and cabinets of curiosity around the world. Symbols of femininity, new life and good fortune, they were painted into wedding still-lifes by 17th-century Dutch artists to signify love, the equivalent of modern-day heart emojis. But unlike other romantic motifs such as flowers, these objects have a sense of permanence. They have been collected and worn by different cultures in every era; from the prehistoric punctured sea-snail shells found in Israel, which date from at least 100,000 years ago, to the Victorian craze of surreal sculptures. This year, fine-jewellery designers have been captivated by the forms: Boodles upgraded the classic fan shape; Verdura enhanced the swirl of the shark eye; and Almasika created delicate cowries. Shells themselves were given highly crafted makeovers, too. Silvia Furmanovich matched purple-hued pinnidae with amethysts, while Grima set gold chokers with ammonite fossils. Wearable natural history to last the ages.

A publication by Charlotte Ravey in Condé Nast Traveller - December 2020.

Thanks: Jessica Diamond @thediamondedit, Charlotte Ravey, @condenasttraveller and @myrenedepremonville.

Encore

December 2020

Style Magazine | Morning Sunday

Fish necklace 7.5 cm long with enameled eyes, fully articulated and engraved by hand.

Thanks: Encore magazine @encore_mag, Le Matin Dimanche @lematindimanche, Renata Libal @renata.libal and @myrenedepremonville