The Sea Tureen and The Triton porcelain dinnerware from Royal Copenhagen originated from Griegst’s profound fascination with the sea and was a technical and manufacturing achievement only made possible by Griegst and the team of Royal Copenhagen’s insistence on the impossible becoming possible.
SPIRAL COLLIER No. 2
Capturing gold almost in its liquid state, the Spiral series curves sensually around the neck, wrist or finger embodying the pioneering vision of Griegst’s customised cire perdue technique. Like locks of golden hair the fluted gold twist and writhes over the skin like a coil spring with seductive lightness. Produced since the 1970s, the pieces are Griegst’s ode to antique Roman jewellery as if seen through a magnifying glass found at the bottom of the sea.
SPIRAL COLLIER No. 2
Like locks of golden hair the fluted gold twist and writhes over the skin like a coil spring with seductive lightness. Produced since the 1970s, the pieces are Griegst’s ode to antique Roman jewellery as if seen through a magnifying glass found at the bottom of the sea.
SHOWROOM & BOUTIQUE
Our new contemporary domicile throws open the doors to the house, making it more accessible to clients with regular opening hours and by showcasing a substantial amount of items, while still embodying the hallucinatory and opulent spirit of Griegst.
1057 Copenhagen, Denmark
+45 26 49 99 50
COSMOS RING IN 18K YELLOW GOLD WITH 5 TOP WESSELTON VVS DIAMONDS (F-G COLOUR)
THE FACE SERIES
Created in the beginning of the 1970s, the Face series explores a fascination with metamorphosis in Greek and Roman mythology. Finely detailed gold is transmogrified and illuminated by precious stones, symbolising the complexity of human nature and our place in the natural world."Proportions, emotional expressions, and facial features reflect the creator. Through art we get to meet another person’s soul”, Arje Griegst
LUCY IN THE SKY in 18K yellow gold & Big Gnome with a tahiti pearl in 18K yellow gold
Finely detailed and pieced together with the mysticism of precious stones or cast as miniature busts displayed on a Finger, human faces morph into Flowers, plants, trees and mythical creatures, exploring Griegst’s fascination with transformation and metamorphosis in Greek and Roman mythology