John Iversen jewelry offers effortless elegance without a hint of pretense. Unlike the work of many contemporary jewelry artists, John Iversen jewelry looks as though it may have been plucked from nature. Each piece of metal and modern pearl jewelry is seemingly alive, floating as if it were on wings of wonder.
Discover the whimsy of John Iversen’s Jacks collection – you will be delighted!
Check out this very special interview with Annette Ferdinandsen from VO+ Magazine!
Annette Ferdinandsen is a Danish sculptress and designer with a kind sense for beauty who makes all the original designs by her own hands: handcrafted organic creations influenced by nature, her travels and surroundings
Which design elements are the signature features of your brand?
Movement and sculpted forms are a signature of my designs.
How would you describe your creations?
My work is feminine and sensitive, as well as bold and creative.
What feeling do people get from wearing your jewels?
A sense of uniqueness and independence.
Where do you find inspiration?
On my travels to all different environments, based on nature, textiles, paintings…
Every new place one can go will teach you a new appreciation for design.
What kind of material do you love using?
I love gold with colored gemstones with a hint of diamond accents!
Achievements and things you are striving for…
My early works as a designer was recently received at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in their permanent collection. I hope to pursue more interesting one of a kind pieces as well as designs within the home décor.
To learn more about the artist, visit annetteferdinandsen.com/
“I wanted to disrupt the idea that jewelry is this pristine thing.” This is the epitome of Polly Wales and her raw, unconventionally beautiful collections. Using the ancient jewelry-making technique known as lost wax casting, her work creates the impression that, rather than being precisely set, the gemstones have serendipitously found their way into the gold.