Daphne Krinos’ latest collection continues to explore her interest in the linear elements of architecture. Her jewels in gold and heavily oxidized silver are reminiscent of Berlin iron jewelry, with a graphic drawing-like quality.
Daphne Krinos creates jewels that are a joy to behold and wear in gold and heavily oxidized silver, reminiscent of Berlin iron jewelry made in the first half of the 19th Century. This heavily oxidized silver gives her jewelry a graphic drawing-like quality and accentuates the color of the stones she uses. Krinos works spontaneously, without a sketch, allowing her materials to guide her through the design process. Her latest collection continues to explore her interest in the linear elements of architecture.
SELECTED COLLECTIONS The British Council, United Kingdom The Crafts Council, London The Goldsmiths’ Company, London Victoria and Albert Museum, London Numerous private collections throughout the United States and internationally