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Amazing
Steampunk-inspired
fine Jewelers
That you won’t forget
Index
1. Intro
2. The jewelers (by alphabetic order):
 Aleksei Sigaev
 Blue Bayer
 Charles Koll
 Chelsea Swank
 Decim...
Intro
There are many creators who design Steampunk-inspired jewelry. However, those who
focus on the field of fine jewelry...
Alexei Sigaev
Aleksei Sigaev is a master jeweler who
lives in Moscow. He is a member of the
Creative Union of Artists of R...
Blue Bayer
Blue Bayer is a self taught
New York-based artisan. He
has traveled the world living
solely from his work for t...
Charles Koll
Charles Koll Jewellers is San Diego’s
premier custom jeweler. For over 58
years, Charles Koll Jewellers has c...
Chelsea Swank
Her father opened his jewelery store in 1973 in
Downtown Portland it was called The Silver
Hammer. Over the ...
Decimononic
Decimononic was born in 2010
as a creative project.
Its members believe in the
beauty of craftwork, the power
...
Dr. Babinski
Michael Babinski, Ds,D. doctor scientia,
dementis.
"I've always been mad, I know I've been
mad, like the most...
Iain Clark
Iain Clark is a manufacturing jeweller based in
Oamaru on the east coast of New Zealands South
Island. At his f...
Jean Burgers
Jean creates intricate wearable artworks influenced
by Sacred Geometry, ancient symbols and patterns
from my ...
Jos Peperkamp
Making art is about making choices between more
average creations and most individual design,
handcrafted or...
Jules (aka Jules
Vine)
'Each minute and exquisitely crafted object
made by Jewels Vine's dexterous hands
heaves with uniqu...
Yulia Gato
Yulia worked for several companies as
designer for more than 15 years. Tired of
mass standards, she decided to ...
Credits
This slides presentation has educational purpose. Used images are
intellectual property of their original authors....
Empowering You
through avantgarde fine jewels
conceived as ‘Reminders of Singularity’
www.decimononic.com
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers
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There many creators who design Steampunk-inspired jewelry. However, those who focus on the field of fine jewelry are much less ordinary. This is why we decided to do some research -at Decimononic we are jewelers after all- and we are thrilled to share the result with you: a group of international jewelers from countries like Germany, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, the Netherlands, the USA, Ukraine...

All of them have two things in common: they use precious materiales (noble metals, gemstones, etc.) and professional metalsmithing techniques, and they acknowledge Steampunk inspiration.

Kudos to all the colleagues that dare to create without restrictions and to all the coinnosseurs of the Steampunk community that value these extraordinary proposals.

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Amazing steampunk-inspired fine jewelers

  1. 1. Amazing Steampunk-inspired fine Jewelers That you won’t forget
  2. 2. Index 1. Intro 2. The jewelers (by alphabetic order):  Aleksei Sigaev  Blue Bayer  Charles Koll  Chelsea Swank  Decimononic  Dr. Babinski  Iain Clark  Jean Burgers  Jos Peperkamp  Jules (aka Jewels Vine)  Yulia Gato 3. Credits
  3. 3. Intro There are many creators who design Steampunk-inspired jewelry. However, those who focus on the field of fine jewelry are much less ordinary. This is why we decided to do some research -after all at Decimononic we are jewelers- and we are thrilled to share with you the result: a group of international jewelers from countries like Germany, New Zealand, Russia, Spain, the Netherlands, the USA, Ukraine... All of them have two things in common: 1. They use precious materials (noble metals, gemstones, etc.) and professional metalsmithing techniques. 2. They acknowledge Steampunk inspiration. Kudos to all the colleagues that dare to create without restrictions and to all the connoisseurs of the Steampunk community that value these extraordinary proposals. Enjoy!
  4. 4. Alexei Sigaev Aleksei Sigaev is a master jeweler who lives in Moscow. He is a member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia and the winner of the National Competition in Jewelry Design “Golden Constellation” 2002. In addition, he is very well known for his ‘modding’ skills. http://alekssi.narod.ru/
  5. 5. Blue Bayer Blue Bayer is a self taught New York-based artisan. He has traveled the world living solely from his work for the past 20 years. A seasoned street artist he cut his teeth selling on the streets of Key West to San Francisco and Europe to New York. http://bluebayer.myshopify.com/
  6. 6. Charles Koll Charles Koll Jewellers is San Diego’s premier custom jeweler. For over 58 years, Charles Koll Jewellers has created wearable beauty for an extensive and diverse clientele, honoring those special times in life through extraordinary creativity and technical achievement. Personalized custom designs are complemented by an exclusive collection of designer diamond and colored gem jewelry, enabling Charles Koll Jewellers to assist discerning clients in finding – or creating – the perfect gift or recognition. www.charleskoll.com
  7. 7. Chelsea Swank Her father opened his jewelery store in 1973 in Downtown Portland it was called The Silver Hammer. Over the years he has had a few different store fronts and over time the name changed to Gary Swank Jewelers. They are now in their permanent location at 1309 SW Broadway. In 2011 she started hanging around the shop and quickly became enamored. She decided to go full time there and apprentice her father to learn the jewelry trade. Shortly after she started there her younger brother, Grayam, decided to come on board as well. They all do their own CAD designs and have their own unique aesthetics. All of the work is done in their shop, from the idea to the wax, casting, metalwork and stone setting and polishing and finishing. http://www.etsy.com/shop/SwankMetalsmithing
  8. 8. Decimononic Decimononic was born in 2010 as a creative project. Its members believe in the beauty of craftwork, the power of experimentation and the value of singularity. Their main sources of inspiration are artistic and literary movements of late 19th and early 20th centuries: Symbolism and Decadentism, Art Nouveau and Art Decó, the darkest side of the Victorian era and its corresponding retrofuturisms… making the old new and the new old. www.decimononic.com
  9. 9. Dr. Babinski Michael Babinski, Ds,D. doctor scientia, dementis. "I've always been mad, I know I've been mad, like the most of us...very hard to explain why you're mad, even if you're not mad..." Motto: The Gears always work www.thingsrichandstrange.com/Webstor e2011/WebStore/steampunkemporium/de fault.html
  10. 10. Iain Clark Iain Clark is a manufacturing jeweller based in Oamaru on the east coast of New Zealands South Island. At his facility he produces a wide range of rings from contemporary and traditional styles through to the award winning Star Navigator series. He manufactures a range of “Steampunk” themed items that include USB drives, Star Navigator Rings, cup holders and other items. With his partner (as Lady Helen and Agent Darling respectively) he is actively involved within the Steampunk movement, in Oamaru and throughout New Zealand and the world. http://icj.co.nz/index.html
  11. 11. Jean Burgers Jean creates intricate wearable artworks influenced by Sacred Geometry, ancient symbols and patterns from my homeland Aotearoa, New Zealand. The handmade aspect is very important to her, and she makes each piece from scratch, by hand. She uses handcutting, etching and rivetting techniques on sterling silver, 9ct gold, oxidised copper, and recycled wood. Her aim is to create unique talismanic artifacts, imbued with symbolism which are then added to by the sentiment of the wearer. She has been making jewellery since 2002, when she learnt from master carver Chris Bone in Golden Bay. Her work is displayed in galleries throughout New Zealand and internationally in Australia, America, Japan and Hong Kong. It is also is available online through her website. Her designs are all handcut, carved and polished, making each piece a unique work of art. www.jeanburgers.com
  12. 12. Jos Peperkamp Making art is about making choices between more average creations and most individual design, handcrafted or machine made. This concept applies to all forms of expression. Jos’ choice to work with jewelry and other art form shows his individual style and taste. A choice that comes straight from the heart. His emotions are the base for his whole oeuvre whether jewelry, sculptures or paintings. Every expression of Jos is a sign of movement and personality. Noble and industrial metals are encased in tight and rigid forms. Mysteriously harmonious design with the fragile butterfly: a pattern that frequently recurs in his work. Jos always takes the future bearer of his jewelry as a starting point for his designs. That makes his creations so very unique. www.jospeperkamp.nl
  13. 13. Jules (aka Jules Vine) 'Each minute and exquisitely crafted object made by Jewels Vine's dexterous hands heaves with unique character and personality. To experience this work for the first time is to enter a parrallel world where the strange and familiar dance to an ancient folk song. To wear this jewellery is a whole other experience. Interactive is not quite the word for tiny space crafts with resident aliens, rings that open up to family portraits or kaliedoscopic microcosms that change with the weather‘. Ann Marie White, Curator, Suter Nelson City Art Gallery www.etsy.com/people/jewelsvine
  14. 14. Yulia Gato Yulia worked for several companies as designer for more than 15 years. Tired of mass standards, she decided to make something new all by herself: the result was the collection "Abi tuam viam!". Some call it steampunk, some call it industrial... but this is not really important. What matters, she says, is that it inspires independent people, who are brave, creative and willing to experiment. All her one-of-a-kind products are designed and manufactured by her own hands. http://gattto.wixsite.com/gatojewel
  15. 15. Credits This slides presentation has educational purpose. Used images are intellectual property of their original authors. We have done our best to credit the images. If you want any of your images to be removed, just let us know and we will do it inmediatly. Any request regarding copyright issues should be addressed to info@decimononic.com.
  16. 16. Empowering You through avantgarde fine jewels conceived as ‘Reminders of Singularity’ www.decimononic.com

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