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Oct 20, 2020

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This & That: Perfect Pairings

Dynamic art and jewelry duos that have us inspired.

Welcome to the first installment of our new series, “This & That,” in which we’ll be looking at dynamic images and objects from everywhere in the world and pairing them with pieces of jewelry that perfectly match their spirit! We’re starting with paintings, and today, we present to you the classiest (and easiest) quiz on the internet– and no need to get out your old art history textbooks. This is all about gut feeling. Take a scroll through the dynamic duos below to find the art that most appeals to your head/ heart/ eyes/ stomach (yes, basically… your whole body) and see what your next new piece of jewelry should be:

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LORIANN Jewelry
Round Earrings with Sapphires, Enamel and Ethiopian Opal

Loriann’s dynamic gem-studded earrings echo the bright colors and clean lines of Swedish abstract artist (and mystic!) Hilda af Klimt, who used specific shapes in her art in an attempt to communicate complicated spiritual thoughts and ideas.

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Onirikka

Gold Drop Mirror Ring

Hockney’s timeless painting celebrates the invigorating blue and teal shades that we so eagerly anticipate in the hot weather. And if you’re missing the vital component to recreate the scene (aka the pool), you can find refreshment in Onirikka’s turquoise ring (aka the wearable pool).

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Gem Gossip

Vintage 14K Religious Saints Bracelet

Religious iconography is one of the oldest art forms across all mediums, with myriad interpretations in everything from jewelry to sculpture to painting– these two pieces, created decades apart, demonstrate the ways in which saints have been represented over time.

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Loren Nicole

Charm Bracelet

These pieces share more than vibrant jewel tones and hypnotizing curves: both artists are interested in remaking history. While Wiley references antique portraiture to paint inhabitable canvases filled with swirling foliage and stunning subjects, Loren Nicole takes a page from ancient jewelry to create museum-worthy pieces you can wear anywhere.

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Sun in the Park by Jens Ferdinand Willumsen, 1904

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Enji Studio

Oslo Rutilatzed Pendant

It’s almost as if Danish painter Jens Ferdinand Willumsen time traveled to 2020 to draw inspiration from the glorious sunshine-y stone that Enji Studio uses in their Oalo necklace– a vibrant quartz filled with golden strands of titanium ore, also called rutile.

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Mandy Reid
Fern Gold Necklace

Marilyn Minter’s provocative, sultry images filled with dripping sweat and lush colors echo the seductive curves and mellow gold of this organically shaped Mandy Reid necklace.

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