The legendary Cleopatra - a symbol of female beauty, power and strength, the last queen of Egypt. According to Plutarch, "her appearance, combined with the rare persuasiveness of speeches and charm, which was evident in every word and movement, firmly crashed into the soul."
The broach is a stylized reflection, a hymn of man's fantasy about the queen of Egypt. The main accent if centered in Cleopatra's head-piece- the colors of jewels in her head play along with the necklace and accentuate the snake- a sign of wisdom and freedom.
DZHANELLI JEWELLERY HOUSE welcomes the spring break-up and presents its new collection Insecta.
In attempt to overcome personal irrational fear of insects, Diana Dzhanelli, designer of DZHANELLI JEWELLERY HOUSE, created her own entomological collection.
The first jewels in this collection were hyper-realistic “Flies” brooches. They are made of silver, and reproduce the original meticulously: structure of chelae, beard on the chest and abdomen, smooth brilliant wings. Unless the size of the jewellery copy goes beyond the largest flies by three or four times.
If you’ll place one or some insects on the cardigan’s lapel, they won’t look shrill.