Famous Jewelry Designer and Their Work
Class and elegance are some of the attributes most sought after by the most distinguished jewelry designers in the world. Creating a trademark or a signature style is the most important thing to designers and is what sells their brand to fashion passionate men and women. It is not only what defines and identifies a specific designer amongst many but what also what appeals to a majority of customers who love their products and on a fairer side, will continue to do so for a determinable future period. Below is the evidence to the validity of that statement.
This luxury jewel company is located in Tokyo, Japan was formed in 1899 but has over the years expanded its horizons to major cities around the world such as London, Paris and New York, just to mention a few. It was the official jeweler for three beauty pageants; Miss USA of 2003-2008, Miss Teen USA of 2002-2008 and Miss Universe of 2002-2007. The artifacts from this Japanese designer are famous for their simple and elegant appearances although the designer also makes advanced or complex designs as per customer’s wishes. It makes cultured pearls for a wide audience of customers.
This is an Italian designer with stores around major cities of the world including Paris, London, Hong Kong, New York and Tokyo. Signature design of this Italian frippery maker includes detailed gemstone products reminiscent of the ages of Art Nouveau. Some of the products in its portfolio include the Art in Gold, Silver and Gems and the Gemstone Cocktail Rings. Most of its designs take the form of animals and insects most notably dragon flies and peacocks. Bucellatti displays its collections around the world in its major designer stores before allowing customers the opportunity to buy them off.
Located in Paris, France, Carter is a renowned designer company in the world which was formed under the tutelage of French designer Lois Francois Cartier back in 1847. It has a keen eye for unique ornamental designs made with gemstones and other costly metals. Its most notable invention and trademark product is the Panthere brooch which assumed the shape of the Panther and was designed made with gems and diamonds. Cartier jewels has been the recognized by royals around the world for gracing coronations and state ceremonies and celebrations. New Cartier products continue to be produced every year with a majority assuming the iconic Panthere look.
4. David Yurman
A product of the ideas of two fashion moguls, David and Sybil Yurman, this New York based designer is famous for the architectural and sculptural look of its designs, which feature both casual everyday wear and more dashing evening looks. David Yurman’s collection has a signature Cable motif made with a host of three metals-silver, gold or platinum. The metals are either decorated with gemstones or left plain and simple. The cable motif is trademark design in a majority of this designer’s products inclusive of bangles, bracelets, necklaces and cuffs. It is for that reason that they have appealed to many celebrities such as Bellamy Young and Jessica Lange.
One of the most iconic trademarks of this Russian range of ornamental designers are the Faberge Eggs. These are ornamentally decorated artifacts that assume the shape of Easter eggs and have more elaborate finishing and touches made of rare metals, enamel as well as gemstones. Although some designs are abstract in nature, some contain religious connotations and historical significance. Contemporary designs of Faberge eggs include animal and plant engravings. Faberge eggs have been licensed to be produced in miniature forms for a variety of décor purposes.
Hermes Company started as a dealer in luxury products inclusive of scarves, handbags and fragrances. This Paris based company later diversified into jewelry business in the 1950s from which it makes custom ordered designs. This is to say that it has its goods crafted by hand and on order as opposed to mass production and display on the hope of luring customers. This is one of the business’ trademark methods of operation. Hermes products includes modern leather products and enamel bracelets that are very costly. Diamond bracelets for instance can cost up to $100,000 per piece depending on the design.
From the above examples, it is evident that when it comes to this business, trademark design and method of operating the business are what counts for success and establishment of a loyal clientele base. Besides being unique, the designers also have to be consistent with their products not only in terms of design but in terms of quality as well.