Sucıyan jewels represent the future

Melanie Grant, the Luxury Editor of The Economist’s sister publication 1843, published her new book “Coveted”. More than 75 designers over the world that Boucheron, Bvlgari, Cartier, Chopard, Cindy Chao, Hemmerle, James de Givenchy, Van Cleef & Arpels, Victoire de Castellane, Wallace Chan and from Turkey Arman Suciyan including in this book.

Melanie Grant believes that Arman Suciyan’s works represent the future. Stating that the magnificence of Suciyan’s works stems from simplicity and understated elegance, Grant said: “Of course, he uses texture, adds stone and symbolism in some of his pieces. But the boldness to modernize in this market dedicated to a complex ornate style marks a change in design for me. Arman Suciyan’s break with the traditional is as important as his bold, beautiful and affordable creative vision. Being more democratic and more accessible is now a key component in luxury jewellery. Arman deserves praise as the only Turkish jewellery designer who has been able to achieve this”.

The book focuses on the evolution of luxury jewelry from Fabergé and Cartier to the present, and includes 190 works by 75 designers.

Among the creations included to the book are Arman Suciyan’s two-piece rings formed by the combination of “Gilding Goddess”, “Gilding Spirits” and “Goddess Wing” earring that decorated with brown diamond and orange sapphires.

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