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KOSAE

Fashion | December 18, 2018 |

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KOSAE
New Complex patterns transformed into jewellery, from Berlin

Something new and unique is hidden within the traditional, it only waits to come into bloom: this is the brand of KOSAE. Lovingly, new forms have been developed which find their fulfilment in the jewellery of KOSAE. Forms are archetypes which have their origin in nature and in culture all over the world. They create a link between spirituality and culture and help find a universal link of understanding worldwide.

            

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Jewellery from KOSAE makes us dream (e.g. “DREAMCATCHER”) and become creative and observant towards life. KOSAE helps us to properly look at the world and contemplate and enjoy even the smallest of details: take two disks, for example, lying above each other, look at them and realize how their beauty unfolds in little movements. How pleasing it is to notice movements of symmetry and asymmetry (e.g. “ROSETTO KOMPLEX”), to discover differences in “ICEFLOWER”, or to follow the three dimensional power of “OPTICAL ILLUSION”.               

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KOSAE treads a new path by using real copper with wood inlays, or by combining brass with bronze. Coco Chanel once said that jewellery should adorn a person, not make her look wealthy. This is what KOSAE intends to achieve when looking for harmony between material, form and idea. Unique patterns meet high-quality precision craftsmanship – made in Germany. This not only combines craftsmanship with modern technology, but also ensures a high standard of quality and honesty. With elaborate jewelery packaging KOSAE pays attention to sustainability by using recycled paper.        

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In addition to the successfull online shop (www.kosa.de), the development of an exclusive dealer network is on the agenda. There the jewelery will also be available in silver and – in the luxury version – goldplated as well. Dealer collaborations are welcome. The designer and founder Hendrike Roers has been working intensively with ornaments and repeating structures for more than a decade. Some of these patterns are now, for the first time, also being used for the two jewellery collections. Hendrike Roers is a graduate jewellery and product designer (Master of Design), a trained goldsmith and has been honoured several times including the Red Dot Design Award 2012.

more. www.kosae.de                             

KOSAEImage courtesy of KOSAE

KOSAEImage courtesy of KOSAE

KOSAEImage courtesy of KOSAE

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