Argentius will be exhibiting Regina Aradesian’s work throughout LJW.
Professional Jeweller magazine competition winner Regina Aradesian is to have her work exhibited by contemporary jewellers Argenteus throughout London Jewellery Week.
The selection of Aradesian’s groundbreaking designs will be shown at Argenteus’ store in Covent Garden, which the designer formerly managed. She won Professional Jeweller’s competition last month for a free stand at jewellery exhibition Treasure, part of LJW, at Victoria House.
Aradesian’s winning work explores the intricacies of the cellular world, as observed through a microscope and mixed with traditional Armenian patterns. She uses precious metals with transparent plique-a-jour enamels in her jewellery, a process which ensures each item is unique. Aradesian’s Armenian roots are further emphasised by the engravings of ancient manuscripts and interiors which decorate her jewels.
Argenteus creative Director Fiona Mawson said: We’ve been selling Regina’s work in Covent Garden almost from the moment she left us as manager… On this occasion it’s especially pleasing to be able to welcome Regina back into the branch with a special
evening dedicated to her sucess.”
Argenteus will be holding the special event at its Covent Garden branch at 16 The Piazza, with drinks and nibbles from 6pm to 8pm on Friday 11th June. People attending will be able to meet Aradesian and view the wide range of Aradesi Jewellery exhibited, which will be available to buy.