The new jewelry by Maison Grima showed at Masterpiece London ♦ ︎
Every year the Maison Grima produces 20 to 30 new pieces. Few, no doubt, but it is the tradition of the brand created by Andrew Grima in the 1960s to reduce the novelties. Only to few expert goldsmiths are entrusted with the designs and the realization of the jewels that are now being carried by the wife of the designer of Italian origin, which became Londoner. Many pieces are now classic that are replicated from time to time, and other pieces are added. They all have the same denominator: they can only be viewed by appointment or at Masterpiece London, the yearly fair dedicated to art, antiquety and to selection of old or new high quality jewelery. Even 2017 was no exception and Maison Grima presented a mix of classics and novelties, that is, pieces designed by Andrew Grima and those designed by his wife Jojo and the daughter Francesca. Like the Arabesque ring, which manages to use a modern styling key in a context that, who knows why, recalls the seventies.
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