bracciale, COLLANE, vetrina — June 20, 2022 at 4:30 am

Christina Alexiou on the moon




On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 was the space flight to land a man on the moon. Commander Neil Armstrong and Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin landed the Apollo Lunar Module Eagle and Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon’s surface. A historic moment for humanity and an important date for jewelry as well. Celebrating that event is now the collection that Christina Alexiou presented at the Couture in Las Vegas.

Bracciale de Lunar Eclipse, in oro, diamanti, zaffiri
Bracciale de Lunar Eclipse, in oro, diamanti, zaffiri

The collection consists of earrings, rings, necklace and bracelets but, above all, translates the surface of our satellite into jewels. Slightly irregular gold spheres, with lunar craters composed of precious stones: white or brown diamonds, but also blue and pink sapphires, emeralds peek out from the surface of the Moon in a jewel version. In some pieces, in addition to the lunar spheres, the classic shape of the crescent is also used, which perhaps the astronauts have never seen, but those who wear the jewels do.
Orecchini in oro con diamanti e zaffiri
Orecchini in oro con diamanti e zaffiri

Anello Lunar Surface
Anello Lunar Surface

Christina Alexiou a Las Vegas (da Instagram)
Christina Alexiou a Las Vegas (da Instagram)

Bracciale in oro rosa con tormaline
Bracciale in oro rosa con tormaline

Anello in oro 18 carati con smeraldo inciso
Anello in oro 18 carati con smeraldo inciso

Anello in oro 18 carati con tormalina rosa incisa
Anello in oro 18 carati con tormalina rosa incisa







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