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Wednesday, 07 November 2012 13:10

Glass christmas decorations

 

From season to season


Summer is coming to an end, and it’s about time we thanked you. Thank you indeed, for it would not have been possible to exhibit all our collections of dicroic glass so soon. Thank you, for wearing our jewels is the best way to do them honour. It is always a real pleasure for us to see a lady wearing our glass and sterling silver pendant, or any other fused glass earrings or rings. Let us remind you that this website is mainly made for you so that you could start, extend or complete your own collection.

However, the end of a season means the beginning of the other and Didier Borgeaud did not forget to prepare winter. Thus, we are pleased to let you know that we will exhibit Didier Borgeaud’s creations on the Christmas Market of Namur.

 

Glass christmas decorations

 

Meanwhile, we already have exhibited our ‘winter’ range in our shops, and by the end of the month you will be able to see our Christmas decoration!

See you soon!

Didier Borgeaud

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Friday, 27 July 2012 19:26

It has been a long time

It has been a long time

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Didier borgeaud, The crystal and the jewel

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It has been a long time since I last wrote something on the blog. In summer, I am running out of time, glass gives back its thousands sparkles under the sun of Andalusia, and the tourists wish to forget, be it for one week only, the gloom of Northern Europe’s weather and the economic gloom of the South.

I wonder if our creations contribute to this sudden change but it like to think so. We are certainly all working with enthusiasm to already prepare the new collections, but in this year 2012, we have been running late more than ever. The pictures of set dichroic glass are not ready yet, but, in the defense of the photographer, we have to say that the mounting of set dichroic collections are not completely finished yet. We are working on it, we will manage to finish it, and after all, no matter the weeks of delay, we already have dozens of model of fused glass completely glamour, and the displayed collections of jewels are the quintessence of what I like.

In the summer, I also aim to post a few videos, I like medium images, and the pictures of our customers wearing our jewels should regularly supply the pages of this blog. What better advertising than the one with real women. The one of a true laughter of a satisfied client, opposed to the pout of a stereotyped model who thinks that there is mystery in a look that expresses nothing but indifference. An attractive jewel, is on who exists by the melting of the desire of the person who chose it and its faculties to enhance it by matching it with the details like make-up, a dress, a watch…

Dear clients, you who make me the honor of wearing my creations, send me pictures of you, become the muse of Didier Borgeaud’ s brand, which has no sense but with you and by you.

The crystal and the jewel are for me as indivisible as a look and the seduction, as intertwined as love and happiness, as combined as game and childhood. This is what creating fused glass jewel, being still a child, a lover, a seducer is all about.

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Monday, 21 May 2012 10:57

PICASSO AND THE GLASS


PICASSO AND THE GLASS


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Picasso femme_pigeons

 

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Picasso discovered the work with glass in 1954 through his friend Jean Cocteau. He had the opportunity to discover the technique of this original and new form of art. Picasso contemplated the great possibilities that this new artistic expression could offer him to illuminate all his master pieces. He decided to create his first Gemmail art work « Femme dans un fauteuil d’osier » in 1954 using almost the same technique as for the jewels presented here by Didier Borgeaud. The artist draws an outline of a design on a large plate of clear glass, on which are placed pieces of coloured glass where the size and superposition allow him to obtain the most subtile range of colours of the palette. Once the work is finished to the satisfaction of the artist, the piece is submerged in an absolutely colourless enamel and put into a heating chamber

He was fascinated by the light , the material and the transparency achieved and then created his self portrait « yo » , followed by the « Femme d’Alger » which he produced several variations at the same time. It was at this time that Picasso realizes the importance , the novelty and the modernity of this new form of artistic expression; he stated enthusiastically :
« A new art is born: The Gemmaux » (name of this technic) . He then decided to create sixty major works, reproducing his most prized paintings.

 

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