Designer art jewelry nature leaf rings by Piro in sterling silver and 14 karat gold with a combination of Baltic amber and facet cut peridot gem stone. Such a design combination can make a great design.
Master handcrafted original design jewelry leaf ring piece such as the ring design #8 stands out in originality from both fine jewelry and amber jewelry and is different from anything on the market. Although nature pieces with leaves, amber, and peridot separately are popular and are in fashion. But Piro puts all three together in one piece, as is usual in Piro designer art jewelry.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
A Piro nature leaf pendant brooch master piece was created for a special order in sterling silver and 18 karat gold with facet cut amethyst, garnet, blue sapphire, diamond, sea glass, and pearl. This kind of combination of gem stones is possible to be seen in Piro designer art jewelry. This piece is displayed on the special order page.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
This site shows the creation of fine, elegant rare one of a kind art in the jewelry medium, designer art jewelry, sculptures, created by the Piro Group, Gabriel Pyra and by jewelry artist Gregory Pyra Piro, who made pieces for the Royal family in Sweden, for King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia in 1976 and who has his works in the Malbork Castle Museum, in Malbork, and the Amber Museum in Gdansk in Poland. The images and animations show real designer art jewelry pieces, and real sculptures. All Gregory Pyra Piro, Gabriel Pyra, and The Piro Group pieces are very original creations. Piro designer art jewelry are functional sculpture works of art that are wearable, and include such pieces as rings, pendants, bracelets, earrings, perfume bottle pendants, watch bracelets, ring pendants, pin pendants, necklaces, etc. Gregory Pyra Piro art jewelry is designed to be elegant, unique artwork, and also to be functional. The pieces are handmade by artist. The gem stones and metals used in the jewelry are solid 14 karat and 18 karat gold, sterling silver and fine silver, and a wide variety of gem stones. The combinations of our materials is as creative as our artwork itself. Piro, for example, can make a piece in sterling and solid gold that has Baltic amber and fine jewelry facet cut gem stones together in that same piece. Or put a combination of sea glass with pearls and fine jewelry facet cut gem stones together. Piro sculptures may be a combination of clocks, lamps, and wine glasses, and can be made of materials like nautilus shells, ebony wood, black oak, silver, gold, and include semi precious and precious gem stones.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
Art jewelry, designer jewelry by artist Gregory Pyra Piro and the Piro Group has been a long multi generation tradition in the family. Piro art jewelry is made in a unique way and is formed into a unique form. Every jewelry piece is a work of art, created entirely in free form. Unlike most jewelry today, which is made in either casting or is stamped, Piro art jewelry is made by hand and the free forms are made with a torch with careful precision soldering, which is something that takes a long time and a lot of skilled talent to master. Therefore, each piece, even if based on a similar or even the same design will come out a bit different, unlike it would in cast pieces, and each piece is one of a kind even if based on a particular design. The Piro art jewelry is made in sterling silver and 14 karat or 18 karat gold, and sometimes all gold. The designs for center stones often have facet cut gem stones such as: amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, iolite, peridot, green tourmaline, pink tourmaline, or any other different colors of tourmaline. Alternately sometimes cabochons of moonstone and opal are used. Side stones, which sometimes are also major parts of the design pieces can include: ammonite, Baltic amber, glass, sea glass, drusy, mother pearl, and Australian opal. Pearls, opal, moonstone, can be placed either as center or side gem stones. The center gem stones in many Piro design jewelry pieces frequently come in such combinations as: amethyst and blue topaz, amethyst and garnet, blue topaz and peridot, citrine and garnet, citrine and peridot, and tourmaline can come with another color gem stones. Sometimes gem stones can double up as two amethyst stones or two blue topaz stones, for example. And simpler pieces may have a single gem stone. Piro art jewelry includes combination pieces such as ring pendants, and some unique creative pieces such as the stack rings.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
Nowadays, when it comes to jewelry, the most commonly used peace sign of all is the one coming from the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. This model has revolutionized the world of jewelry, more and more people being interested in this simple, but very interesting type of accessories. You can buy peace sign earrings, gloves, scarves, rings, necklaces, bracelets, pins and even moccasins or bags. Good examples of why this piece sign thing has turned into a real trend are film festivals and social events as such. Designers create whole lines with peace symbols, so that people have where to choose from. Although jewelry with peace signs on it has this hippie touch, it does not necessarily mean that people are returning to the hippie fashion. Jewelry with peace symbols has a new approach, new models are being released on the market, some more elegant and chic than others. The symbol used for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament is the most popular among fashion designers today. However, it is not the only peace symbol used in this industry and known to the entire world. Peace is also suggested by signs such as doves carrying olive branches or both of these elements taken separately, these having their origins in ancient times. As for more recent such symbols, the one mentioned in the mentioned in the beginning is completed by the V hand sign. The success of the peace sign jewelry is somehow unbelievable both among ordinary people and among celebrities. From ten-year-olds or grandmothers to the first family of the United Sates of America, everybody is fond of this kind of accessories and appreciates the aesthetic value of this peace sign jewelry and other accessories. It seems like there are fewer and fewer people who do not have at least a peace sign necklace, a pin or some peace sign earrings at home. The piece sign can now be found in all kinds of jewelry. Therefore, you can find plastic peace sign accessories or you can run into this symbol with some of the most sophisticated jewels released on the market today. In the past, there were a lot of comments when people decided to wear this kind of jewelry, but fashion today allows this new trend without no inhibitions and no comments whatsoever. In fact, this retro peace sign trend is very well received nowadays from a social point of view, too, not only from the pure artistic one, promoting values and models in a very stylish, contemporary and everyday way.
Designer art jewelry by jewelry artist Piro for the spring collection includes pendants, earrings, and rings with leaves and green spring colors with sea glass, peridot, and pearls along with amber, amethyst, garnet and other gem stones. Art jewelry handmade by jewelry artist Piro is great designer jewelry for spring and one of the best gifts for the Holidays or for Mother's Day. The leaf designer jewelry with the leaf motive is found on the nature rings page, the nature pendants page, and the leaf designer jewelry. Leaf motive designer jewelry is great for the fall wherever there is a foliage season or is great for anyone who likes the fall foliage. Perfect design combination for the fall foliage would include any designs with gem stones that have the foliage colors, citrine, garnet, amber, and these stones can be in combination with other gem stones.
Very Creative leaf designer jewelry earrings are leaf earrings #1802. The green sea glass in the design simulates leaves. Another part of the earrings in sterling silver are leaves. The green peridot is a nice color match for the leaf design. These leaf earrings imitate blooming trees during spring.
Another piece imitating the spring scene is a leaf designer jewelry leaf pendant #4010 (above) and leaf designer jewelry leaf pendant #4011 (below) in sterling silver, 14 karat gold, facet cut peridot, and sea glass.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
Jewelry is either fine jewelry, such as gold jewelry in jewelry stores, gold jewelry with diamonds, gold rings, diamond rings, gold charms, gold chains, or any kind of commercial production jewelry that is made of gold that is offered in jewelry stores, that has real gemstones such as diamonds, and even has certificates, but an artist has never seen such a piece with his live eyes or even touched it with his hands much less even made it. Or jewelry is handmade jewelry, craft jewelry, handcrafted jewelry, or jewelry that is made by crafters or artists, where the jewelry pieces are not made usually from solid gold, and often not even from sterling silver. This type of artist or crafter made craft jewelry, handcrafted jewelry, or handmade jewelry often is made from steel, or from copper and only has the look of sterling silver and solid gold jewelry, and has glass or cubic zirconium instead of real gemstones amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, peridot, tourmaline, or even emerald, sapphire, ruby, or diamond. Of course why the market of jewelry in gold and silver with real gemstones probably is may not be strong is because no one has the opportunity to examine a someone's handcrafted jewelry, a pair of earrings, a necklace, or a ring at an eye's glance when it is worn in public. But someone wearing the jewelry still does know. Then there is also the handmade jewelry, or craft jewelry that is the so called handmade by artists and often also is called handcrafted jewelry, but does not even include rings because it is only beaded jewelry offering only necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, and such craft jewelry or handcrafted jewelry although again will sometimes even look nice, someone wearing it knows it does not require a very highly skilled professional specialist to bead a strand of beads. Beaded jewelry is handmade jewelry but it is usually without the gold and without the silver, and without the work of a skilled silversmith or a skilled goldsmith, a jewelry artist, or any skilled handwork from an artist. Beaded jewelry is handmade jewelry, and skill is needed to make such craft jewelry, but the skills to strand beads are very basic. And then still there is the contemporary jewelry, the European art jewelry or the designer jewelry that is made of materials such as, for example, plastic or paper and designers make names for themselves with such jewelry on shows. The European contemporary jewelry is made by designers, but again this kind of contemporary jewelry is usually without gold and without silver or handwork of a metal artist, unless the metal is steel or copper, or other non precious metal, and it's often only the name that counts in such craft jewelry, handmade jewelry, or designer jewelry. But when a woman wears a piece of jewelry, she will not be wearing a designer's name around her neck, her wrist, or her finger, but the piece itself. Gregory Pyra Piro is both fine jewelry and handmade jewelry by artist, at the same time. The jewelry is original handmade and is made in sterling silver and solid gold of either 14 karat gold or 18 karat gold and has semi precious gemstones such as: amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, peridot, tourmaline, or diamond, emerald, sapphire, and ruby. It is not only hard to find today jewelry that is really artist made, but even harder if the artist made jewelry is made with real gemstones, and precious metals.
Jewelry artist Piro leaf earrings #4580 are unique leaf designer jewelry earrings with the French hook. The leaf earrings are in sterling silver, 14 karat gold, facet cut citrine, and green sea glass. These earrings may also nicely imitate deciduous trees during the fall season foliage.
One of the unique designs by jewelry artist Piro is to combine labradorite with facet cut gem stones. Piro nature leaf pendant #3017 is in sterling silver, 14 karat gold, facet cut garnet, peridot, and labradorite.
Another such nature leaf pendant is Piro nature pendant #3016 in sterling silver, 14 karat gold, orange tourmaline, pink tourmaline, peridot, amethyst, and labradorite. The labradorite changes color if you move the pendant around, which creates an interesting effect.
Piro nature leaf pendant #3015 has popular fashion colors and is in sterling silver, 14 karat gold, facet cut peridot, opal, and labradorite. Pieces with labradorite can be made in special order pieces.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
Gregory Pyra Piro art jewelry designs are made in sterling silver and 14 karat gold, and the rings, pendants, earrings, brooches, and bracelets are mixed metal rather than just silver or gold. Most jewelry manufacturers, designers, and even artists today who work in gold and silver work in wax that produces molds for casting. And many silver jewelry artists, work with wire jewelry. Gregory's jewelry, not only that it is different, but it is made in a unique way. Some components are handmade with tools and some parts of the pieces are made with a torch. These are unique techniques that jewelry artists in Europe used to work with before many jewelry artists and jewelry designers have switched to wax work and casting. Though there are limitations to work with these techniques metals like white gold, it is possible to work with these techniques in sterling silver, yellow gold, and pink gold. But what is most important is that with the techniques which Gregory works with, it is only possible to make one of a kind jewelry.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
A leaf pendant brooch necklace created for special order by jewelry artist Piro in 18 karat gold, green jade, pearls, and Australian opal. The green side leaves are in green jade, and the other leaves are in 18 karat gold.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
Showing a few examples of opals in Gregory Pyra Piro art jewelry. The Australian opals are shipped to us straight from the opal cutters in Australia. Unlike Australian jewelry or jewelry with just opals alone, Piro art jewelry gives a nice home for the Australian opals among a neighborhood of a whole lot of different color gem stones. The Australian opals in Piro art jewelry designs as shown in images can be mixed together with gem stones such as: amethyst, blue topaz, citrine, garnet, iolite, peridot, tourmaline, moonstone, diamond, ruby, just about any gem stone. Sometimes the opal can even go with glass, sea glass, amber, and ammonite, and Piro art jewelry shows that the opal can be applied in many creative ways with other gem stones.Follow Follow @Desartjewelry
Jewellery has the power to make the wearer feel glamorous irrespective of its cost, size or design. From the simplest rings, and pendants, to the most elaborate handcrafted earrings, each piece communicates something unique and special about the personal style of the individual who is wearing it. Unlike clothing, jewellery also often appreciates in value as the years go by, meaning that it is also a good investment for the future. How do you start a collection though? Well, you can’t just go out and buy items at random; there are several steps to follow in order to achieve the best result.
The first thing that you need to consider is what types of jewellery goes with the image that you wish to portray. A good way of gauging this is to take a look at the clothing that you wear and think what it says about your personality, for example if you wear Jeffrey West, shoes then you might be edgy and subversive but if you are a fan of Clarks shoes then you might be more reserved. Once you have decided which aspects of your character you wish your jewellery to reflect then you are ready to hit the shops and see what is on offer.
When you first start frequenting jewellery shops to look for potential purchases, it is important not to rush into anything. Take your time and examine each item thoroughly before opening your wallet. It is advisable to start with items that are unlikely to go out of style. These could be earrings, rings, or even sculptural jewellery pieces; it doesn’t matter, just as long as you think that they are likely to still be in fashion ten years down the line.
Nowadays the Internet enables jewellery collectors to browse a huge range of pieces from the comfort of their own homes. This increases the amount of items that they can choose from by a hundredfold but also holds a number of pitfalls. The first of these is the ease with which collectors can get carried away and purchase the first item that they see when browsing jewellery online. Remember: the Internet is a big place and there are plenty of pieces to consider. The second is the temptation to go for cheap and nasty jewellery. The web is filled with sites offering cut-price bracelets and necklaces but it is important to keep in mind that if something seems too good to be true then it usually is. Finally it is easy not to notice how much it costs to have an item of jewellery shipped over to you when you are buying from a shop overseas. Remember to take into consideration the shipping fee when making your purchase.
Once you have decided what style of jewellery you like and began to establish your collection, the next step is to learn how to take care of it. It is important to find out how to clean it in a way that is not likely to damage it. There are different rules for cleaning different precious materials, for example diamonds can be cleaned by immersing the stone in a solution of ethyl alcohol or ammonia. If you are unsure of how to clean an item without damaging it then it is advisable to pay an expert to do it for you. There is no point eagerly expanding your collection only to ruin it by attempting to clean the pieces using a method that is going to leave them in ruins. It is also essential to pick jewellery to buy that is unlikely to break, as there is nothing worse than amassing a huge collection of broken jewellery.
The most important thing to remember is to have fun with your jewellery and wear it with pride, as the confidence with which you sport it will add to your look just as much as the unique and exquisite pieces themselves. Many people build up their collections throughout the course of their lives and then have the pleasure of handing them down to their children so each piece that you buy will not only help to establish your sense of style but it will also provide a precious reminder of your life for your loved ones to treasure.
Gregory Pyra, an international jewelry artist, has his work shown currently in museums such as the Malbork Castle Museum, in Malbork, and the Amber Museum in Gdansk in Poland. Pforzheim Jewellery Museum also had his jewelry artworks. In the past he has made pieces for the Royal family in Sweden, for King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia in 1976 after his work was shown in Tidö Slott, in Tidö-Lindö, Sweden. Gregory had shows since the 1970's until the present in Europe, USA, Australia. His jewelry works were published in books, which were printed in Germany, Poland, United Kingdom, France, etc. Some of his recent made work currently is found in galleries in the United States and Europe. His art jewelry is something that is entirely artist created and not influenced by the market. Gregory Pyra art jewelry, unique in a class by itself, is different than anything in the craft movement in the UK, USA, and Australia, and different than any mass produced jewelry. It is something that artist creates completely on his own, and at the same time has superb quality. Today Gregory Pyra, Gabriel Pyra, and Piro Group continue creating superb art jewelry design pieces and also unique sculpture. There are many designs available. Persons interested in Gregory's recent made original works can contact the artist.