Jean Mahie Charming Monsters Cuff Bracelet 22k Gold


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    About Jean Mahie brand

    Jean Mahie jewelry brand was founded in 1969 by Jacline Nataf Mazard and her father-in-law Jean Marie Mazard. Their partnership is often called symbiotic. Jacline recalled the beginning of their artistic adventure as an unconventional way to get into the jewelry business.

    Since then, Jean Mahie history has been a history of growth and recognition not only by devoted customers but also by such famous makers as Van Cleef & Arpels and Cartier. Neiman Marcus began to sell Mahie pieces four decades ago as an exclusive retailer. Nowadays Jacline is still making her one of a kind fine jewelry.

    In the modern world Jean Mahie 22k gold jewelry is famous for its bold design and architectural shapes. Mahie’s creations are wearable works of art. Each piece is infused with a distinctive artistic vision that goes past conventional jewelry design. Drawing inspiration from nature and cultural symbols, Jean Mahie’s jewels possess an ethereal quality. They are meticulously handcrafted to ensure that every piece is imbued with a sense of individuality.

    Instead of using conventional jewelry-making techniques, the brand uses more unconventional approaches. The maker is known for its signature textured finish, which involves meticulously hammering the metal to create unique surface patterns. This distinctive technique not only adds visual appeal to the pieces but also imbues them with a sense of tactility and dimensionality.

    Jean Mahie’s commitment to craftsmanship extends to the exclusivity of its creations. Many of their designs are produced in limited editions or as one-of-a-kind pieces, ensuring that each customer receives a truly unique and exclusive work of art. This rarity adds to the allure and value of Jean Mahie’s jewelry, making it highly coveted by collectors.
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    Sculptural jewelry

    Sculptural design transformed the aesthetics of vintage jewelry. During the Art Nouveau and Art Deco eras, there was a profound shift in artistic taste that greatly impacted jewelry making. Fluid lines, organic forms, and geometric precision became integral to the creation of vintage jewelry. Artists and jewelers drew inspiration from nature, architecture, and the visual arts movements, infusing their pieces with a sense of eloquence.
    In vintage jewelry making, sculptural elements conveyed narratives and evoke emotions. The Art Nouveau movement, for instance, embraced sinuous lines and flowing curves inspired by natural motifs. These organic forms were meticulously sculpted into jewelry, creating pieces full of movement and grace. On the other hand, the Art Deco movement favored bold geometric shapes, symmetry, and intricate patterns influenced by modern art and design. Sculptural elements in Art Deco jewelry often featured precise angles, stepped motifs, and sleek, streamlined designs that mirrored the spirit of the Roaring Twenties. The sculptural design impacted the very techniques and materials in jewelry making. Masters experimented with intricate metalwork, employing techniques like chasing, repoussé, and filigree to create sculpted details. The fusion of sculpture and jewelry during these eras passed the test of time and keeps being implemented in modern jewelry making.



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