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Travis Trewarne from Trewarne Fine Jewellery in Melbourne presents the Nature collection of rings from Danish Jewellery designer Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen. These originally designed works of art can be stacked together to create a stunningly elegant jewellery collection with timeless appeal. The use of ancient crafting combined with state of the art manufacturing techniques, makes for exceptional jewellery design. Look how the black white gold and satin finished work together. All items available to view at our South Melbourne, Chadstone and Southland stores. Or visit our website: http://www.trewarne.com.au/ole-lynggaard-melbourne-2.html
On a trip to Copenhagen last summer I got to meet one of the world's most renowned jewelry designers, Mads Kornerup, owner of Shamballa jewels. We were admiring a McLaren on the street, and he told me he owns a '69 Mach 1 that was parked in the back of his store. How amazing to meet a lover of American classics in Denmark! It was extra fun because I have a '70 Mach 1, so we could trade stories. Mads is one of the coolest people I've met in a long time. After the interview we took the Mustang for a spin through the streets of Copenhagen! It was an unforgettable experience!
JEWLSCPH jewellery show 08/08-12 @ Nikolaj Kirke, Copenhagen Beautiful jewellery show from JEWLSCPH by designer Mai Manniche, as part of the Copenhagen Fashion Week 2012. The show is a story about love, passion and naturally - jewellery. Main sponsor of the event: BareMinerals Event location: Nikolaj Kunsthal, Copenhagen, Denmark Choreography: Karina Frimodt DJ's: 'Revision' - Lasse Mærsk & Jacob Ankjær Video: Propagandafabrikken Music: Fabu - Spring Poul Oakenfeld - Zoo York Poem: 'How do i love thee' by Elizabeth Barrett Browning (Recited by Elaine Greene)
A look inside the jewellery store in Copenhagen
Wearing your beloved's remains: from ashes to jewelry France 24 report takes you to Copenhagen, Denmark, to encounter Andréa van Webber, a jeweller specialised in a booming line of business. She turns indeed deceased beloved ones, such as pets, to jewels. Such as Liza le Brija's Birman cat Nelly, now a necklace. However, turning human ashes is not yet legal in Denmark. Report by Malcom Brabant. 08/21/2013 REPORTS Visual report live from the scene of events, between 3 seconds and two minutes long. 4 news reports daily broadcast from 6.15 am. An in-depth report on a major news issue. More FRANCE24 reports: http://www.france24.com/en/reportages
Handcraftedcph specializes in jewelry that's designed, handmade and sold in Copenhagen.
The new MINI Paceman made an appearance at blickfang Copenhagen, celebrating the very best in innovative design from interiors, fashion and jewelry. Our MINI Space reporter Pips was quick to discover the Danish capital's untapped gems.
These miniature robots can crawl over fabric to personalise garments, adapt clothing for different climates, and perform other helpful tasks. The Kino project was developed by a team of researchers, engineers and designers from MIT Media Lab, Stanford University and Royal College of Art. Together they created a set of tiny robots that can wheel themselves over fabric to alter patterns, reposition scarves, etch marks into material, or drag off a hood once it stops raining. "Engineered with the functionality of miniaturised robotics, this 'living' jewellery roams on unmodified clothing, changing location and reconfiguring appearance according to social context and enabling multiple presentations of self," said the team. The fabric is sandwiched between two rollers on top and one undernea...
Scandinavian design has taken over our homes and for goods reason. Their simple yet beautiful design is hard to ignore.With this in mind, we designed our Copenhagen collection. See more: https://stackers.com/jewellery-boxes/accessories/wooden-lids.html
☾ come with me to CPH for the weekend! ☾ click here to subscribe: http://bit.ly/1GiIrkH (THANK YOU ♥) ☾ check out my blog http://www.tiphainemarie.com ☾ in the video ✯ Nyhavn - Copenhagen’s colorful haven The Round Tower Nyhavns Færgekro restaurant The Little Mermaid Brasserie du Nord in Magasin Illums Bolighus https://www.illumsbolighus.com/ Els http://restaurant-els.dk/home/ also loved: Sostrene Grene Hay mini markets (basically everywhere) Normann Copenhagen Ferm Living Gina Tricot Jane Koenig for jewelry ☾ previous video ✯ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GSQqGsuvSA ☾ if you want to subscribe ✯ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx5-0AQdEAI ☾ my little links ✯ ↠ BLOG http://www.tiphainemarie.com ↠ INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/tiphainemarie_ ↠ SNAPCHAT tiphainesd...
Snakes is OLE LYNGGAARD COPENHAGEN's 50th anniversary Collection. Jewellery designer Ole Lynggaard has taken his designs further, introducing new and extravagant pieces of jewellery; stunning Snakes rings set with and without diamonds, delicate Snake Sweet Drops, Snake pendants and sensual and bold bracelet, designed to wrap perfectly around the wrist. All pieces are handcrafted in 18-karat yellow gold. The unique silky surfaces of the jewellery has been produced using a special satination technique that enhances the authenticity of the snake. When Ole Lynggaard created his first snake in 1969, he was inspired by the treasures he had seen in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo during his previous travels. Almost five decades later, these striking designs reflect Ole Lynggaard's contemporary st...
Tharawat Magazine was in Switzerland at the prestigious Baselworld fair, a global luxury trade show, and visited Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, one of the largest fine jewellery workshops in Northern Europe. In this podcast interview, company CEO Soren Lynggaard and his brother-in-law Michel Normann (COO) explains what leadership skills helped the family business grow from a local company into an internationally recognized luxury jewellery brand. Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/tharawatmagazine/ https://soundcloud.com/tharawatmagazine/how-to-grow-a-luxury-company-ole-lynggaard For more family business content, visit: http://www.tharawat-magazine.com
Silversmith Jesper Nordø started out as an apprentice at Copenhagen’s Georg Jensen in 1989. Talking as he works, Nordø makes crafting the silver Henning Koppel pitcher look effortless whilst explaining, at the same time, that Koppel’s design was a new style in making silver. It was known by silversmiths in the 1950s as an 'impossible pitcher' as its organic shape and highly polished surface made it challenging to make. First formed in 1952, the pitcher is one of Henning Koppel's most famous pieces. Koppel's designs played an important role in influencing the signature look at Georg Jensen, particularly in the second half of the 20th century. The designer had trained as a sculptor before turning his attention to jewellery, hollowware and cutlery. Georg Jensen was founded in 1904 by a D...
PART 2 of this video (life update): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ldA9OvQI8s&feature=youtu.be PRODUCTS MENTIONED: 1. Lavett & Chin Coconut Moisturizing Facial Mist 2. Arcona Peptide Firming Complex 3. LING New York Dual Moisture Emulsion 4. Sunday Riley Good Genes 5. Paula's Choice Weekly Resurfacing Treatment 6. Pixi by Petra bronzer in Subtly Suntouched (from Target) 7. Coola Fresh Cucumber Sunscreen Spray in SPF 30 8. Colourpop Super Shock Eyeshadow in Lovely 9. Colourpop Super Shock Eyeshadow in Desert 10.Colourpop Super Shock Highlighter in Tasty (I called it a blush but it's actually from their highlighter range). Swatches here: http://www.musingsofamuse.com/2015/05/colourpop-super-shock-highlighter-review-swatches.html 11. Colourpop Lippie Stix in Cake 12. Colourpop Lippie Penc...
Copenhagen, København, National museum, Egyptian, Denmark: The National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) in Copenhagen is Denmark's largest museum of cultural history, comprising the histories of Danish and foreign cultures, alike. It contains exhibits from around the world, from Greenland to South America. Artifacts from ancient Egyptâ€™s entire 3000 year history are on display in the National Museumâ€™s Egyptian exhibition and here one can see mummies, amulets, clothing, and many other grave goods, and learn more about the Egyptian rituals for the dead and about life in the underworld. Reliefs, statues, jewelry, and small figurines illustrate the rich visual world of the ancient Egyptians and their beautiful hieroglyphic script. Other artifacts illuminate life along the Nile River, the...
Travis Trewarne showcases the Ole Lynggaard leather Wraps for Sweet Drops and Dew Drops crafted charms. New colours and fabrics. Available in store at South Melbourne, Chadstone & Southland Shopping Centers. http://www.trewarne.com.au
Get a short view about Copenhagen jewelry exhibition 2016 at our distributor #aktivguld
Handcraftedcph specializes in jewelry that's designed, handmade and sold in Copenhagen.