300 YEARS FROM THE BIRTH OF THE EMPRESS
Parure designed as a tribute
to Empress Maria Theresa of Austria, exhibited in Milan on the occasion of the "Masters of the Jewel" exhibition...
MARIA TERESA D'AUSTRIA
Set in citrine quartz, smoky quartz and cultured pearls, white and pink. Entirely handcrafted, delicately combining shapes and colours as if it were a painting.
Details: the transparency of the quartz reveals the floral designs of the precious openwork base.
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Chaos and TIDINESS seem to collide in the work, lights and shadows of rutilated quartz, SOME with full coloUrs, otherS transparent, THEY fill and separate, creating a suffocating void.
The jewel is born from an unreal, light design, from an indecipherable thought.
The knowledge of the most expert Marakò craftsmen has given geometric structure to stones in which soft silk flows, challenging the impossible.
"The most enigmatic and melancholic work created by Marakò"
"Technically striking for the new geometric graduation, which seems to challenge the force of gravity, and a researched game of proportions and shades, which give the jewel grace and light.
In contrast, the title and separation of the spaces seem to tell different moments, leaving a melancholic undercurrent in the work. "
Necklace appeared in the international sector magazine, 18Karati Gold & Fashion, worn by Petra Semes. Click to browse.
Composition in bamboo red coral, black agate and Sardinian coral.
Handcraft manufacturing and inserts in rose-gold plated 925 / °° silver, with patented antioxidant treatment.
Work taken from the Marakò Art section,
looks like a succession of threads brought together in free fall.
Clean lines are laterally broken by spaces with a hint of floral elements, in which the extravagant alternates with the essential.
The intense colour of the coral and the bold lines give the jewellery strength and character.
The most surprising and unique part is the conclusive, central one, which restores meaning and harmony to the entire work:
the soft movement of the petals suspended in a light flow conveys an idea of unfinished, but also of opening and suspension, lightness and freedom.