I sometimes use designer eclecticism in my work. What is it about? It’s about combining the traditional forms of goldsmithing with modern design. Eclecticism is questioned in many environments. However, combining the classic with modernity in jewellery shows that negating this direction is completely wrong. It gives the product freshness by extracting new quality from them.
An example is this ring. The “chaton” framed 1 ct sapphire was supplemented with a pair of diamonds, just like in early 20th century rings. However, the tiny diamonds framed smoothly on the ring do not allow the composition to be boring.