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Jolita jewellery

Jolita jewellery

Nov 17 2011, 12:00 pm 0 Monica Bogliolo

If you like skulls and crosses as much as we do (do a quick search in our database, try it!), you will no doubt appreciate Jolita’s creations. First, the designers are the brother and sister couple Algis Abromaitis and Jolita Abromaityte, and since I’m working with my sister, I always appreciate these family activities. From their laboratory in London they create their pieces exclusively by hand, with a multitude of different elements: precious or semi-precious stones, Swarovski crystals, old coins, pieces unearthed at flea markets, … In short, whatever comes to their minds. Their creations have an almost tribal look, but maintain a very modern taste. Plus, it’s a surprise to find out what unusual items hide in each piece! In addition, you can enjoy a personalized service, with jewels created according to the client’s specific requirements.

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