Elisabetta Cipriani

Elisabetta Cipriani is a Mayfair based gallery featuring Jewellery by contemporary artists. All pieces presented in the gallery are either unique or limited and created exclusively for the gallery. Jewellery is created from precious metals by painters and sculptors. Some artists have never created jewellery before which makes the outcome even more special.

Jewellery collection is huge, even though the display room is rather small, there are many more pieces than shown on the display. More than 20 international artists are featured in the gallery so you can find a piece of jewellery for every taste: from traditional and elegant earrings and necklaces by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov to experimental massive ring by Frank Stella.

Ilya and Emilia Kabakov. The Fly. 2010. Beautiful collection of earrings, ring, necklace and bracelet is made of 18k gold and precious and semi-precious stones.

Frank Stella. Ring. 2008. This is the first piece of jewellery ever made by Stella, American painter and printmaker. This ring is bold, massive and complex. Metal is 18k yellow gold is bent into cures, loops and spirals. It is truly exceptional piece, you can find anything like it on the High Street.

Giorgio Vigna. Sasso. 2015. My personal favourite was collection of brooches. They are made from different metals – copper, silver and gold platings. Each brooch is fixed by strong magnet so you can put it anywhere without damaging the material. Each piece is unique and signed. I absolutely loved it! It is a great accessory and it goes great with coats and jackets.

If you want to possess something unique, something special, Elisabetta Cipriani is definitely the place to find it. Wide selection, great designs and very helpful staff. Not only you get great piece you get the history behind it, this is why jewellery in Elisabetta Cipriani  is so special and nothing like you can find in fashion stores.

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