The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans.

The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans. Designed by Jiri Krejcirik. The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans. Designed by Jiri Krejcirik. The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans. Designed by Jiri Krejcirik. The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans. Designed by Jiri Krejcirik. The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans. Designed by Jiri Krejcirik. The Kyō collection of jewellery is loosely inspired by the world of art and the ancient traditions of Japan. It especially reflects the woodblock prints of Japanese masters Utamaro Kitagawa and Utagawa Kunisada from the 18th and 19th centuries, who captured the lives of geishas and courtesans. Designed by Jiri Krejcirik.

Material: Linen, metal coated mirror, steel, wood.

Furniture and installation: Jiří Krejčiřík
Jewellery: Katerina Reich
Photography: Tomáš Slavík

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