London-born jewellery maker puts on sustainable show with artists from the capital


Her jewellery is made with recycled gold and silver (Handout)

Her jewellery is manufactured with recycled gold and silver (Handout)

London-born jewelry maker Kiki Karayiannis has teamed up with artists from the money for her latest sustainable jewelry exhibit.

The former Goldsmiths pupil moved to Athens four several years in the past to set up her studio right after doing the job on ceramic sculptures in London and Moscow and established up her firm Vasiliki named after her grandmother in the metropolis wherever her mom was a refugee.

Her new exhibition, in Piraeus on the coast near the Greek capital (Handout)

Her new exhibition, in Piraeus on the coast around the Greek funds (Handout)

Her new exhibition, in Piraeus on the coast in close proximity to the Greek capital, involves sculptures and paintings by artists from Athens and London motivated by her function and shown together with it.

Motivated by common Greek craftsmen, she uses the historical strategy of missing-wax casting the place a duplicate metallic piece is forged from an authentic wax sculpture resulting in distinctive intricate performs usually full with fingerprints and other marks producing just about every a single distinctive.

Her jewellery is created with recycled gold and silver.

Inspired by traditional Greek craftsmen, she uses the ancient method of lost-wax casting (Handout)

Inspired by standard Greek craftsmen, she uses the historical approach of missing-wax casting (Handout)

All the important stones are traceable back to mines from conflict free areas the place miners are compensated nicely and addressed quite and acquired from fairtrade sellers.



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