Diolun Designs ~ Sculpted Jewelry & Accessories by Cynthia Dillon
Diolun Designs ~ Sculpted Jewelry & Accessories by Cynthia Dillon
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Windows

imagination windows

Windows

  Now, open all the windows… And let the warm rays of the Sun come in… Let your imagination travel, around the house, the apartment, the balcony, the terrace, the yard, the garden… “Life is like riding a bicycle…”                  

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Beautiful Things

Covid-19 Jewelry Quarantine

Beautiful Things

Looking at Beautiful Things during Covid-19 quarantine...

...The White House has issued specific guidelines that we must follow for the next thirty days to stop spread the virus.

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Finishing Touches

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Finishing Touches

Sculpted Jewelry… The whole process can be seen in the images here below. From some of the natural items (Leaves) which serve as inspiration, to the sketches, the waxes and the completed model in Sterling Silver.

 

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Palm Beach Collage

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Palm Beach Collage

On Friday, December 6th, 2019 we were at Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design store in Palm Beach. In this beautiful store you can see and purchase Cynthia Dillon’s unique collection of handmade jewelry. Cynthia uniquely transforms an idea into a sculpture and/or design, combining her rich multicultural experience with exquisite craftsmanship.

A collection of #Bracelets, #Buckles, #Earrings, #Pendants, #Rings and #LetterOpeners in #SterlingSilver plus sumptuos #Shawls in #Silk, #Cashmere etc.

Visit us at www.cynthiadillon.com or www.diolundesigns.com for more information!

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Precious Gold

Antiquity Gold

Precious Gold

..."In the Inca civilization of Peru, gold was considered the sweat of the sun god Inti and so was used to manufacture all manner of objects of religious significance, especially masks and sun disks. In ancient Colombia gold was similarly revered for its luster and association with the sun and in powdered form was used to cover the body of the future king in a lavish coronation ceremony which gave rise to the legend of El Dorado. As a decorative covering, gold plate and gold leaf (gold beaten into extremely thin sheets) have been used to decorate shrines, temples, tombs,...

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