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Cyclamina bracelet


“Cyclamina bracelet” was created for the collection Cycles of Nature in 2019.

The bracelet is hand carved from one piece of spruce-wood, beech-wood, micro-granules, glass beads and brass, tinted with yellow and pink ink and covered with 11 layers of transparent lacquer.

The size of the bracelet is 6,5 centimeters inside diameter and 14 x 14 x 3 centimeters outside.

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Cyclamina bracelet  is a pink/yellow/green jewellery piece. The name of the piece comes from its colour, cyclamen. It is whole hand carved, inked and lacquered with 11 layers of acrylic varnish. The time needed to create this bracelet is about one week. Each layer of varnish is put on by a brush, so the surface is hard and solid.

Cycles of Nature collection is about life in art. Metamorphose in nature is very strong. Nature is a mode of communication.

Nothing, what is made by human, is or can ever be perfect. We’re just trying to achieve the perfect stage created by nature. By making art, we act like magicians changing viewers consciousness.

We don’t see the world in black and white. There is a reason for every colour. There are no lines in nature, only fields of colours.

A piece of jewellery is like your avatar. It may be your personification of your character and your thoughts, it represents you when you wear it. It is lasting connection. A creative intention, a frame of the world view. Unfolding senses in the heart of things is to learn about the things. Why did nature give such a seductive mask its own Creation, but in our eyes it’s not like in its inner side? Why do butterflies and other insects perform in the body of unsightly larvae the magic of metamorphosis?

Cyclamina bracelet has a special colour combination between yellow and pink.

These bracelets are inspired by nature itself, but also an inspiration dedicated to Peter Chang, a British jewellery artist.