Solange Azagury-Partridge is a London designer who has been following a different path for 25 years. Perhaps because she has in her background a story linked to the world of art and considers jewels as abstract sculptures, but also attracted by symbols and allusions, while she shuns the ostentation of luxury. Her new collection, which is called Sentimentals, is no exception to this rule.
In this case the feelings are associated with jewels inspired by objects or people (family, children, friends) that have sentimental value. The collection consists of 26 rings, five necklaces, three earrings, one bangle and a vermeil and lacquer box. Each piece has its place in Solange’s feelings. For example, the Miracle ring, or the Memento Mori pendant, the Love Heart ring, the Baby earrings. The jewels are made of gold, precious stones, but also enamels or lacquer, as is the style of Solange.
The history of the designer in the world of jewelry is long. In practice, it started when she designed the engagement ring herself and received the first requests from friends. Her London boutique was opened in 1995 and is frequented by loyal customers, who work especially in the field of creativity.