We published a short blog post in February in order to let you know that we had been chosen to participate in a collective exhibition of signature jewelry entitled ‘Women in History’. This exhibition has been conceived as a way to praise all the women that envision day after day the future of mankind. In many cases, ordinary women that made extraordinary things… and, obviously, also extraordinary women that changed all paradigms.
This exhibition was open to the public from 8th March (International Women’s Day) to 30th June 2019 in the Jewelry Museum of the Jewelry Business Park of Cordoba, Spain. Some photos of the exhibition may be found below:
More photos are available at the website of the Asociación Joyas de Autor: ‘Women in History jewelry exhibition’.
Emilie Flöge is one the aforemetioned extraordinary women that deserve categorical recognition as an example of empowerment. She was a successful businesswoman and artist in the XIX Century Vienna. In addition, she was also the muse of Gustave Klimt but, to be honest, this is not important. What is important is that she was an independent strong woman who was aware of her talent and dreams, and fought for them.
What can we say, she was a true Singular woman 😉
Do you see the patterns on the fabrics of Emilie’s dress? They are totally contemporary, aren’t they? So we decided to try something like this, opting for the geometric design. In order to achieve this result we turned to the magnetic and vibrant coloration of anodized titanium combined with the eternal elegance of sterling silver.
Naturally we want to express our gratitude to the organizers, the Spanish Association of Designers of Signature Jewelry and the Jewelry Business Park of Cordoba, for their invitation to participate in this event. It has been an extraordinary privilege.
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