Jewellery designer Viktor Pavlov, graduated in the “Metal” Department of the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria, often uses recycled materials with the aim is to reflect the problem of eco-fashion and to raise awareness toward the overuse of non-degradable materials.
In his newest collection “The Walnut”, he uses the smooth walnut and its sculptured kernel for their curves and convoluted shapes. By exact impression in the clay he varies in his interpretation of the different states that it could have: unbroken, partly broken, half kernel, a full kernel. The result of these modeling is the contemporary white and light jewel who communicates a message about the solidness and the fragility, about the longevity and the hidden wisdom.

Jewellery designer Viktor Pavlov, graduated in the “Metal” Department of the National Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria, often uses recycled materials with the aim is to reflect the problem of eco-fashion and to raise awareness toward the overuse of non-degradable materials.
In his newest collection “The Walnut”, he uses the smooth walnut and its sculptured kernel for their curves and convoluted shapes. By exact impression in the clay he varies in his interpretation of the different states that it could have: unbroken, partly broken, half kernel, a full kernel. The result of these modeling is the contemporary white and light jewel who communicates a message about the solidness and the fragility, about the longevity and the hidden wisdom.

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