The finishing touch of a woman — Studio 98

Jewellery Design and handmade by Yvonne de Wit

On display in the gallery at Studio98

Model: Sheila

Portraiture: @hermanvanbon at @studio98napier

With thanks to @skipskop_wines_kenya @rachel_shabaan @oliechmaryam @moliechfashionhouse @yvonnedewitjewelry

The finishing touch of a woman — Studio 98

OPEN WEEKEND

This weekend, Saturday and Sunday 20 and 21 March 2021, Studio 98 in Napier, South Africa, is open for the public between 9:00 AM and 17:00 PM.

The studio is home of jewellery designer Yvonne de Wit and photographer Herman van Bon. Address: 98 Sarel Cilliers Street, (main road), Napier.

Look into the relevant pages of this site to find out more about this extra-ordinary creative couple More details via

https://studioon98.art/2021/03/16/open-weekend/

You are welcome!!!

Variations on a theme

(see yesterday’s post)

‘La Femme Fatale’

Model: Martha

Photo portrait in collaboration with Yvonne de Wit Jewellery (Napier, South Africa), Skipskop Wines Kenya and Moliech Fashion House in Nairobi (Kenya)

Designer jewelry

My wife’s jewelry pictures at the Lourensford Market in Somerset-West in South Africa (every Sunday).

Original designs handmade of South African metals such as  Sterling Silver, Brass and Copper; often combined with South African colorful soil- and crushed rock particles.

Made in South Africa

A combination of natural bonded South African soil and South African Sterling Silver; very time consuming to create but each piece of this kind of jewellery art is unique and is complemented with a certificate with the name of the owner as model-name.

People from outside South Africa love it. Unfortunately many South Africans, so it seems, are not very proud of ‘Made in South Africa’….

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Doing something different with jewellery

Doing something different with #jewellery. Yvonne de Wit (she is just setting up her own blog; the ‘about’ page is more or less finalised), co-incidentally my wife and love of a life-time ( 😀 ), creates jewellery of sterling silver and South African Earth (such a diversity). Pictured is a pendant in the shape of a Zulu shield with a Nguni hide of soil particles. This is one of the pieces of a new collection that will be marketed in the course of 2014. All jewellery is, piece after piece, purely handcrafted and every piece is unique with different patterns. Every  #design is own.

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Beauty ‘Made in Stanford’ 2

This morning I added some enhancements to one of the pictures I made last Saturday. See also this recent posting. Any suggestions?

Model: Natasha van der Merwe

Styling: Hair by Belinda

Accessories: Dhunga

Photography and photo processing: GreenC Productions

 

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Beauty 'Made in Stanford' 2

This morning I added some enhancements to one of the pictures I made last Saturday. See also this recent posting. Any suggestions?

Model: Natasha van der Merwe

Styling: Hair by Belinda

Accessories: Dhunga

Photography and photo processing: GreenC Productions

 

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