An enamelled butterfly bracelet by Ilgiz F, consisted of sixteen butterflies with pale blue champleve enamelled wings and diamond-encrusted bodied and heads, the diamonds weighing 0.47 carats in total, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, with hidden clasp, made by Ilgiz Fazulzyanov, hallmarked 18ct gold, London 2018, measuring approximately 8.5cm long, gross weight 20.2 grams.
This exquisite bracelet was made by Ilgiz Fazulzyanov, a widely recognized master in the art of jewellery and particularly enamelwork. This bracelet features sixteen stunning enamel and diamond butterflies, between which are yellow gold and diamond links. Each butterfly is finely detailed with blue and black champleve enamel, and the body of each insect is set with three lively diamonds. The glittering diamonds between each butterfly add further sparkle. The incredible craftsmanship of this piece is exemplary of Ilgiz F.’s oeuvre, and the style of this bracelet draws inspiration from the naturalistic designs of the Art Nouveau period. Ilgiz Fazulzyanov has twice been awarded the grand prize at the International Jewellery Design Excellence Awards, and his work is held in the collection of world-renowned museums including the Kremlin Museum in Moscow.
An enamelled butterfly bracelet by Ilgiz F, consisted of sixteen butterflies with pale blue champleve enamelled wings and diamond-encrusted bodied and heads, the diamonds weighing 0.47 carats in total, all mounted in 18ct yellow gold, with hidden clasp, made by ...
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