vetrina — March 1, 2017 at 5:00 am

The nature sight with Paul Wild’s gems

The wildlife in the extraordinary stones of Paul Wild at Baselworld 2017.
Maybe you like the jewelry with large precious stones. Maybe you have read that jewelers start at emeralds, rubies and tourmalines to draw a new gem. Or maybe you know Paul Wild. If, oddly, you have not heard, you must know that it was a German artist-dealer (now the tradition continues with Markus Wild) who has considered the stones as a painter looks at his jars of paint. And this way it is also demonstrated als with its participation at Baselworld 2017.
This year, for example, Paul Wild presents with a series of stones inspired by painting Le Rêve by Henri Rousseau, a famous painting from 1910 that has as its subject a tropical forest. A fantastic nature that the company Kirschweiler (Germany), plays with a number of stones that are already the idea of ​​jewelry before you even get into a goldsmith laboratory. As in the case of the Paraiba tourmalines cut into butterfly, and rubellite, garnet, lapis blue, the morganite, spinel Vietnam: all extraordinary stones, often unusual, which should only be worn to become jewels out of the ordinary. Giulia Netrese

Set di morganite del Madagascar, per un totale di 112.83 carati
Set di morganite del Madagascar, per un totale di 112.83 carati
Braccialetto con varie pietre blu, azzurre e verde, per un totale di circa 268 carati, tra tormaline e acquamarine
Braccialetto con varie pietre blu, azzurre e verde, per un totale di circa 268 carati, tra tormaline e acquamarine
Orecchini di rubellite tormalina, composti da pietre lavorate e cabochon
Orecchini di rubellite tormalina, composti da pietre lavorate e cabochon
Le Rêve, dipinto di Henri Rousseau
Le Rêve, dipinto di Henri Rousseau
Una varietà verde della andradite, minerale che è uno delle più preziose varietà del granato Demantoide
Una varietà verde della andradite, minerale che è uno delle più preziose varietà del granato Demantoide
Collana con rari spinelli del Vietnam, organizzati in un collier
Rari spinelli del Vietnam, organizzati in un collier
Insieme composto con quasi 90 carati di tormalina Paraiba in forme rotonde, ovali, e pera di alta qualità, combinati con pietre tagliate ad ali di farfalla
Insieme composto con quasi 90 carati di tormalina Paraiba in forme rotonde, ovali, e pera di alta qualità, combinati con pietre tagliate ad ali di farfalla

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