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DOUBLE STARDUST

In the early 1990s Arje Griegst returned to his lifelong fascination of the universe and created the Cosmos and Stardust series. Each work looks as if the gold has been bombarded by showers of meteorites or distant asteroids, luring us with craters filled with precious stones and gems.

18K gold ring with 13 Top Wesselton VVS diamonds
Made in Denmark

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COSMOS & STARDUST HISTORY

Arje Griegst used to note how “the stones talk to me”, something that can be felt in the almost primordial divinity of the Cosmos and Stardust series. Stones and gold twinkle like stars in the firmament, born from Griegst’s fascination with the groundbreaking Hubble telescope images from the 1990s and the ongoing lure of a universe in constant evolution.

THE CHANDELIER GALAXI

Galaxi seen in daylight. The spiral copper structure is composed as a giant filigree work adorned with gilded bronze loops across its outer surface.



THE GALAXI CHANDELIER IMAGINED ON PAPER.

DOUBLE STARDUST, 18K GOLD WITH 13 DIAMONDS.

Liquid metal symbolises transformation and carries dynamic forces within. When the metal cools down, the jewellery piece assumes its form.

An 18K gold and diamond ring titled ‘Double Stardust’ from the 1990s made in Denmark by fine jewellery designer Arje Griegst. The double band on the ring is wide and wavy in a snake-like form. The surface of the gold looks coarse, as if the gold had been eroded, and embedded in the gold are 13 Top Wesselton VVS diamonds of varying size. The inside of the ring is completely smooth. The ring is placed on top of a sculptural piece resembling a stone formation, sitting against a white backdrop.
DOUBLE STARDUST

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