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New Necklaces: 400 Designs in Contemporary Jewellery

New Necklaces is the third book curated by jeweler and author Nicolas Estrada. A very special selection of impressive pieces by more than 180 artists from all over the world, this book showcases the current trends in contemporary jewelry and how boundaries in concept, materials and techniques are being pushed by jewelry designers today. Les mer
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New Necklaces is the third book curated by jeweler and author Nicolas Estrada. A very special selection of impressive pieces by more than 180 artists from all over the world, this book showcases the current trends in contemporary jewelry and how boundaries in concept, materials and techniques are being pushed by jewelry designers today. From those that look back to classic forms and materials to the most daring, experimental and surprising ideas, each of the 500 necklaces included in this book has something that makes it unique and relates strongly to today's social, cultural and artistic reality. With prefaces by German jeweler Julia Wild and Leo Caballero, owner of the Barcelona gallery Klimt 02, specialized in contemporary jewelers.

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Nicolas Estrada (Medellin, 1972) studied artistic jewelry at the Escola Massana in Barcelona. He has trained in many technical areas of jewelry, as well as local traditional techniques. His works can be found in galleries around the world, from Glasgow to Riga, San Francisco or Barcelona. His pieces are handmade, personal and transgressive. As editor, Nicolas has curated New Rings (Promopress Editions, 2012) and New Earrings, (Promopress Editions, 2013)