The event took place in April, 2013. At its IX edition, the most important jewellery fair in Romania will yet again surprise the visitors with the new collections created by the Romanian designers from the contemporary-experimental sphere and will promote the upcoming artists which will attend the event for the first time.
LIDIA PUICA - ROMANIA concept is about creating jewellery inspired from the organic world, using as a base traditional techniques (crochet, embroidered knitting). Applying these through a free style, she manages to obtain new forms and textures.
Cristina Barsony: Paperporcelain is a combination of celulose and porcelain which is more resistant than regular porcelain. This is the bulding block of her white collection.
Raluca Buzura - Necklace (porcelaine)
Alina Carp metamorphosed petals, parfume and pollen dust into jewellery that has the vibration of flowers and represents her own vegetal avatar.
Sergiu Alin Ioana: Sergiu’s pieces are inspired by nature and ancient Dacic symbolism, brought back to life through contemporary shapes.
ISABELA GROZA-RO Isabela’s jewellery blends the pure shine of silver with the magnificent colours that titan can have.
Grigore Mitrea: The woodrepublic rings were initially pieces of wood to small or faulted to become furniture. Scrap which was too valuable to become fire wood. The wood becomes hence becomes precious and searching for an interesting pattern within its fiber is just like the search of rare minerals or crystals.
Doru Dumitrescu: Wood is an organic element which lives for eternity, no matter its state. Because it has a warm and positive vibration, wood offers the wearer a pleasant soothing feeling.
Andreea Bololoi: In the Micro/Macro Scopic collection, jewellery is a pluricelular organism. The recurent element here is the circle.
Anamaria Dobras: My AQUA collection translates the energy of water to a functional context.
Wood Republic: the rings emerged from pieces of wood too small for furniture projects. The wooden fibre dictated the shape of the ring most of the times, and while looking for it, the wood becomes precious and the whole process becomes like a hunt for rare metals.
Iuliana Asoltanei: The materials used for collection "Undine" are natural, pearlescent, imitating the reflections of the water, whereas the mother-of-pearl, the pearls, and the vegetal elements used are from the aquatic world.
FashionMachine: Hence necklaceputs to good value the materials through the clarity of the composition dot-line. The dot, line and circle as basic elements, arranged in a setting, compose bi-dimensional drawings, which obtain a third dimension when they are worn.
Atelier Pezzi di Sogni: Eclectic and daring, the jewellery reveals the principles of diversity creating harmony, as they are a natural blend of different realities and periods in time.
Horatiu Weiker: in his collection "Amalgam" one can find jewellery that deliberately remains organic, imperfect, but expressive and valuable through its uniqueness.
Noha Niculescu: STARDUST necklace made from coral, fossils and wood. Combining the used elements creates an interesting contrast between the metallic shine and the matte, earthy tones.