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Dilettante Soutache Jewelry

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Klaudia Szuscik of Dilettante Soutache Jewelry

Klaudia Szuscik of Dilettante Soutache Jewelry

 

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I create my jewelry in Cyprus – the island with year round golden sunshine and a tropical climate. This idyllic island of the Mediteranean is distinctive for its awe-inspiring natural beauty, extraordinary biodiversity, and fusion of traditions and peoples.

The soutache technique that I use is an old tradition of hand sewing and embroidery that comes from India. My jewelry is made with attention to every small detail. It takes many hours to create a piece of jewelry with the silky cotton cords. The wearable pieces of art are extremly lightweight to wear. I carefully choose the most beautiful gemstones, crystals, beads and shells for my vivid designs.

I hope that you will fall in love with my creations in the same way I fell in love with the beautiful Mediterranean.

 

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My inspiration comes from the heavenly scenery; sands of alabaster, silver, gold and ebony hug the shorelines, lapped by waves of turquoise. Brightly coloured shoals of fish hide amongst vibrant coral gardens of bubblegum hues, in curvy bays of salt-encrusted limestone, sea-polished granite and rugged volcanic rock – all set against a simply stunning backdrop of bloom – filled, lush forests. As dusk falls, the crimson-purple skies treat me to some of the most incredibly beautiful sunsets in the whole world.

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    I always dream to make something like this.It is really art therapy even to enjoy looking at such beauty.Those. who have not money may invent real masterpieces of different materials.Quite actual.

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