The artist Pyotr Aksenov had a passion for jewelry for a long time - he adored the ancient Venetian jewelry House Attilio Codognato and collected men's rings, brooches, pins and medallions in the antique markets of Paris and in the shops of Venice and London. Aksenov made his first jewelry to his wife as an engagement ring - they divorced, but the jewelry business remained. Rings and earrings from the new collection "Tsarina" Peter named after the princesses of Kievan Rus, the Queen of Sheba, Princess Sophia, the Scythian ruler Tomiris. “They are all difficult personalities, strong and beautiful at the same time,” explains Peter.
"All of them are not easy personalities, strong and at the same time beauties"
The main motives for these jewelry were crowns, crowns and kokoshniks, and instead of his favorite silver Aksenov used white and yellow gold. Pay attention to the rings “Alexandra Feodorovna” and “Elizaveta Fedorovna” with pearls, as well as a brooch with a tiny enamel reproduction of Vrubel's “The Swan Princess”. All these jewelry can be bought only in the Louvre boutique in Petrovsky Passage.
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