The birth of a child is a truly precious and unforgettable moment in one's life. Through them we become parents and for them we become better people. They add value and meaning to our time, our experiences and the world. We love creating childbirth inspired jewellery. With their hidden message they often become richly designed objects, abundant with sentiments and veiled meaning, which we know will become highly valued and cherished pieces.
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Orsolya Raski Nagy and Daniel Nagy won absolute 1st prize with their aquamarine and diamond embellished white gold jewellery collection. This prize is the 54th trophy of the respected personal jewellery designers who have competed in numerous international competitions with similar success.
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There has never been such a meeting of two seemingly different forms of art, as the cooperation between Splendor and the Contemporary Ballet of Szeged which premiered in 2013. Following its unexpected success the production and the designers are planning an international tour. The dancers perform the birth of a diamond which is created by the four elements. The different elements emerge through ballet movements and provided the inspiration both the choreography and the jewellery designs.
Orsolya succeeded in repeating her last victory in Dubai.
She has once again won first prize in the international
competition.The hairpin, for which she was awarded
the trophy, was born out of the ballet designs.
It captures a dynamic dance movement. The
ebony base is encased in a platinum and white
gold alloy and embellished with unusual, unique-cut
aquamarines as well as myriads of tiny diamonds.
Apart from Orsolya and Daniel's signature three dimensional
sculpture- like designs, they specialize in creating remarkably
personalized pieces. "We offer an exclusive service through
which we get to know the wearer of our pieces, their
appearance, personality, style, history, relationships
and important symbols through which we are able
design and craft not only astonishingly beautiful
pieces, but also truly tailor-made, personalized objects.
We have been creating wide range of wedding jewelry.
We enjoy planning and designing together with couples,
which can take between 1-2 hours. We believe it is
important that our clients are fully informed about
their options so they can make educated decisions
when it comes to their own personal symbols of their love.
We are there to hold their hands on this journey. The bliss
that the finished creations bring, is our greatest award of all.
“ We love our job as we are greatly inspired by
the joy our creations bring. It is wonderful to play
a role in someone else's happiness, that the fruit
of our labour will become a cherished treasure for
its owner. Lasting personal symbols of personalities,
relationships, joy and love.”
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Every client is different and so it goes without saying that each Splendor-Jewellery piece is unique. Many of our clients from all parts of the world find us in extraordinary ways, therefore even the birth of their high quality heirlooms is exciting.
Our jewellery workshop is non-traditional with non traditional creations and stories.
Let is share a few of these stories with you.
One day we received a letter from Spain, from a man called Riccardo, who contacted us because he needed help in finding a special engagement ring for his bride to be. He had some definite ideas, and the new ring had to match some other gold and platinum rings that Ivana owned, but otherwise it was up to us to find the personal characteristic or trait that the ring should embody.
Initially, we were commissioned by Prince Antal Esterházy and the princess, Svetlana to do smaller jobs for them, but as time went on, much to our joy and honour, we were asked to create increasingly significant pieces for their collection.
We met a a well-known jewellery designer and her boyfriend at an exhibition in the United Arab Emirates, at Abu Dhabi. She was so moved by the special jewellery we were exhibiting that she returned and brought along her own sketches to show us. We discussed her taste, sense of design and the nature of the jewellery pieces she created at great length. We learned that Nadia had won several awards at the Tahitian Pearl Trophy where she represented the United Arab Emirates, a competition that we had also regularly participated in, with great success, both at a national and international level. So we were familiar with each other's work but had not met in person before.
One day, Dan, an American film producer wrote to us with a very special request. He had seen our work and was impressed by the