Ina Beissner jewelry
In addition to her soft, feminine, abstract interpretations of bells, the spring/summer 2013 collection references curb chains as well as working with opulent fictional shapes. With armor elements and cubist allegories Ina Beissner reveals her vision of the modern woman. “for me a piece of jewelry has something reassuring about it; it’s something that we carry with us, that has a connection to us and in some way protects us,” says Ina Beissner. Creativity, feminine resilience and multicultural genes are what have been driving the young jewelry designer to interpret her version of grace and elegance with her jewelry under her own label for the past two years. Ina Beissner creates unusual pieces of jewelry of captivating sensuality. She unites strong, angular statement pieces with items of a feminine filigree nature. It is a collection whose magic is brought to life through this play on contrasts. The third collection comprises earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings made of rhodanized yellow gold-plated sterling silver. The metals she works with have been recycled and Ina Beissner has all her jewelry produced in Germany.