The conversation with jewelry has always been about its prime eloquence; the ultimate symbol of man’s crafting precision where mesmerizing intricacy and unique ideas meet and intersect, all those dialogues condensed into an unassumingly magnificent product. As such, a jeweler must possess the virtues of patience, diligence and chastity, all of which culminates into his/her creations ultimately. Vladimir Markin is a jeweler with 15 years of experience under his belt and he knows this better than most.
“I enjoy the whole process of creation- from the very beginning to the end: idea, work on the workbench, and most of all the reaction of the client. The most difficult thing for me is to be satisfied with the result. I’m searching for perfection all the time.”
The art of jewelry is a synthesis of art and science; It is the search for new technologies driven by the youthful curiosity and desire to create new puzzles. Indeed, a jeweler blurs the lines between the imaginary, the ideal and the real as he/she strives constantly to make their plans come true, exposing new horizons with each creation.
These notions are evidently materialized in the Stationery Collection by Vladimir Markin. Drawing inspiration from daily stationery, Markin has affectionately adorned these household items with the glory of precious metals formed in the earth and refined by man. It is Markin’s ode to the common, humbler tools of creation, a return to the basic concepts of creation. More than anything, the Stationery Collection is a passionate tribute to the phenomenon of productivity. We are so beyond smitten.
*All jewelry is in 14K White and/or Yellow Gold. Pencil ring comprises rhodium, coral and sapphire. Water Faucets earrings comprises sapphires and ruby.Tags: coral, gold, jewelry, rhodium, sapphire, stationery