The Faceted Post

On fine jewelry from a devotee of global design
Another view of the previous emerald + gold cuff by Marie-Helene de Taillac.
As seen in her home above the boutique in New York, and atop an adapted Yves Klein table, currently full of aquamarines.

Another view of the previous emerald + gold cuff by Marie-Helene de Taillac.

As seen in her home above the boutique in New York, and atop an adapted Yves Klein table, currently full of aquamarines.

Here it is…The Nov/Dec issue of DEPARTURES Magazine.
Breakdown of the cover image from top to bottom:  All bracelets. 1) Tiffany & Co. $185,000.  2) Marco Bicego $27,300.  3) Roberto Coin $15,000.  4) Verdura $74,500.  5) Goshwara $10,250.  6) Bulgari $50,000.  7) Goshwara $7,900.  8) Paolo Costagli $37,500. 

Here it is…The Nov/Dec issue of DEPARTURES Magazine.

Breakdown of the cover image from top to bottom:  All bracelets. 1) Tiffany & Co. $185,000.  2) Marco Bicego $27,300.  3) Roberto Coin $15,000.  4) Verdura $74,500.  5) Goshwara $10,250.  6) Bulgari $50,000.  7) Goshwara $7,900.  8) Paolo Costagli $37,500. 

The Borgia Ring by Julia Muggenburg. The fabulous that is Belmacz.
~ $25,800.

The Borgia Ring by Julia Muggenburg. The fabulous that is Belmacz.

~ $25,800.

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Korshak Q&A with Mark Davis

Meet Mark Davis, a fine jewelry designer based in New York City. Mark Davis is known for his use of vintage Bakelite, one of the first plastics ever made. Since Bakelite is no longer produced, the designer scours antique markets and estate sales to acquire the rare material…sometimes in the most unusual forms, like a jute box or a radio! The Bakelite is then shaped and restored to its original luster and set with modern inlays or precious and semi-precious stones. 

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