Its innovative shapes adapt to your look, whether it’s dressed up or more casual.
Perhaps this is the Magic quality the collection’s name refers to – or else that the pieces are classic without sacrificing modern sensibility. Probably a bit of both. In any case, all the styles display the easy feel of unrehearsed elegance. Magic uses intriguing designs to turn the world’s finest materials – including diamonds, 18-carat yellow and white gold, and now pearls – into pieces that you’ll reach for day after day.
Feminine pearls endow the collection with their one-of-a-kind innocence and purity. Integrating the sophistication of diamonds with the ingénue-like appeal of pearls, Magic is as multi-faceted as its name implies.Materials: 18 kt. white gold with white fresh water pearls and 4 brilliants 0.04 carat.
Early in her career,
her unique ability to capture nature’s organic yet infinite lines in
precious metals won her attention from art and design world luminaries.
She pioneered the organic design style, perhaps more than anyone else
did. Her inspiration may come from the light of a Nordic summer sky or
water cascading over rocks or simply from movement. With distinctive
elegance and purity, her jewellery expresses a freshness and modernity
that radiates light and life.
Regitze Overgaard works from the premise that jewellery should be as simple as possible; it should be the shape of the metal that wields artistic power, rather than external adornment. Her jewellery combines lightness and volume–the balance of this contrast is very difficult to strike.
There is also an ongoing allusion to the human body in her work. This is important in any jewellery–the interaction of the metal with its wearer. In Overgaard’s works, the form of the piece respects the natural curves of the body and accentuates it with a sense of style, elegance and individuality. Overgaard’s collection betray a keen eye for the sublime forms that exist in nature.