Klára Šípková

Šípková Klára

Klára Šípková. I am a creator of contemporary modern jewellery. The important ingredients of my collections are always the ideal balance of design, the use of traditional and modern technologies and precise craftsmanship. I enjoy discovering unusual materials for making jewellery.

This is the fundamental difference between original creations and traditional jewellery. Unlike jewellers, I’m not afraid to experiment and that’s why I create unique jewellery for unique women. For women who are not afraid to stand out and know what they want.

The Structures jewellery collection was born out of a fascination with the rotational movement of a machine turning line into a soft and never-ending structure. The Structures collection is made of interconnected and intertwined springs. It includes rings, bracelets and necklaces, offered in polished or gold-plated stainless steel. A new feature is the black finish. Do you know where a piece of jewellery begins and ends?

When designing the Lines collection, I looked for beauty in simplicity. I was inspired by the performance of dancers with flaming torches. Their natural gracefulness of movement fascinated me. The Lines collection stands out for its elegant minimalist lines. We offer it in brushed stainless steel or polished gold-plated. In a limited edition of ten pieces, we offer selected bracelets lacquered in glossy white or black.

When designing Stretch jewellery, I tried to give the two-dimensional material space. I let myself once again be carried away by the beauty of geometry and its purity. The minimalist forms of brushed or gilded steel are set off by a delicate decor with a perfectly precise grid of notches that transforms ordinary stainless steel sheet into an elegantly unfolding mass.

Time. It is relentless, it is just, it can be both beautiful and cruel. It flows in regular cycles towards an end or a new beginning. We each deal with it in our own way. In designing the Time collection, I tried to grasp time, to stop it, to materialize it and divide it into its individual parts. The collection of brooches, necklaces and earrings records a second, a minute, an hour, a day, a week, a month and a year.