Decoding Designs: Guess the Designer
Posted by jewelrybrand on December 8th, 2015
We know you recognize the brand name when you hear it, but can you guess the brand behind these popular designs when you see them? Move the slider to the reveal the answer, then scroll down for more information!
1. First introduced in 1938, this design is called Chaine d’Ancre and it’s featured in many Hermes designs such as rings, bracelets, bangles, cufflinks and more. The design was created by Richard Dumas who also created other timeless Hermes pieces, including the Kelly Bag.
2. In 1983 the cable bracelet propelled Yurman to success. Since, it has remained his most popular and recognized design. The bracelet was originally made by winding silver ropes with an automotive cable-winding machine.
3.These are motifs from the Alhambra collection by Van Cleef & Arpels, with the clover design being the most popular. Introduced in 1960, with the butterfly and heart motifs added later, these charms represent sweet sentiments like luck.
4.This is a combination of two Bvlgari staples — tubogas and serpenti. The tubogas effect is created by braiding the metals securely instead of soldering. The serpenti design is another Bvlgari classic an it represents wisdom, life and eternity. Both designs, introduced in the ’40s, have found their way into nearly every facet of Bvlgari design.
5.This final item is obviously Tiffany & Co. The heart design has been incorporated in countless Tiffany designs and quickly became a jewelry fanatic favorite. The heart motif has been included in many collections including collections by jewelry designers Elsa Peretti and Paloma Picasso.
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