New art forms and expressions in crystal use an innovative technique of incrustation akin to that in fine jewelry-making, where each element is inlaid rather than glued. Stephen P. Somogyi, creative director at Swarovski for more than 20 years, keeps innovating at his unique atelier-gallery, Somogyi Paris, in the heart of Paris, guided by 40 years of experience.

More than 500 elements make up the palette of ingredients at the disposal of his artists, including the finest quality faceted and polished crystal stones from renowned suppliers in Bohemia, Venice, Ravenna, Tyrol and the Black Forest.

The Paris atelier produces:

  • surprising, lightweight jewels in stunning color combinations
  • figurines for collectors of art objects
  • mirrors, decorative panels in crystal, made to specification

Colors such as aquamarine, peridot, fuschia, ruby, emerald, topaz, sapphire, amethyst, rose and white crystal are used lavishly.

Despair not. Even though an item that you admire may have been sold, it can be reproduced on request–of course, with slight modifications and customized to your taste, since no two pieces are identical.

The unique handcrafting process used at Somogyi Paris is so distinctive that the work cannot be compared to any other in the world of crystal. With each stone–hand-encrusted to ensure the highest quality–the results are truly remarkable as well as stunning.

Somogyi Paris

Paris, France

Tel: +33 (0) 6 07 23 12 90

manager@somogyiparis.com

www.somogyiparis.com

Advertisements