Valentina Falchi Artistic Jewellery
Valentina Falchi The Joy Keeper Big Ring Fuchsia
Valentina Falchi The Joy Keeper Big Ring Fuchsia is an amazing mix of color and design. 925 silver, hand-cut and laser-cut, hand-finished and lacquered. Bright polished finish. Completely designed and made in Barcelona. Free shipping to Italy, the EU, and the US.
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The Joy Keeper is a jewelry collection inspired by and dedicated to cheerfulness. Its shapes, similar to shields or spearheads, remind us of a guardian with his colorful armor full of meanings: BLUE is the color of our mind and symbolized resilience, trust, loyalty, wisdom, certainty, faith, and truth; ORANGE symbolizes enthusiasm, creativity, determination, attraction, and success, and it is considered the color of friendship and family; FUCHSIA is a color with a very strong impact, particularly used to awaken curiosity, express idealism in its highest form and it is a sign of hope and stimulating and positive dreams; AQUA (green) associated with nature and health, symbolizes harmony, freshness, and fertility, and creates a balance between heart and mind, between emotion and reason.
Stylish tips: The ring is a statement on its own, and you can wear it every season. If you want to impress more, try to mix it with the other jewels of Valentina Falchi The Joy Keeper collection.
- Material: 925 silver and thermoplastic lacquer;
- Measures: 6 cm long, 2.3 cm wide, width of the lower band ring 0.8 cm.
About Valentina Falchi Artistic Jewellery:The Italian jewelry designer Valentina Falchi studied jewelry design at the “Le Arti Orafe” school in Florence, one of the Italian cities where the culture of goldsmithing is a tradition. So she learned the basic techniques of jewelry making and developing them in what is her own taste and creativity. Every piece she realizes is totally and completely handmade, and that makes it completely unique.
In 2007 she moved to Barcelona, the city where she has her workshop/showroom and where she creates her collections and teaches to the next generation of jewelry designers.
Since 2015 she is the coordinator and teacher of the Jewelry Design summer course at IED Istituto Europeo di Design in Barcelona.
As she always says, "The jewel for me is not, and should not be a symbol of luxury, but an element of recognition of the personality and spirit of the person that wears it. Jewels, as pure art, are feelings!”