Konstantin Libman, a Russian master stone cutter, is the founder and director of Gems Art Studio. Over time, the studio found its own style and its fans. In the works of the studio, gems from all continents of the world are used. The main criterion for choosing a material is beauty and quality. And the studio reveals this miraculous beauty for us in each of its works.
Box made of glass of the Libyan desert, diameter 6.4 cm.
Box of white jade (Burma), 20x13x6 cm.
Boulder opal box (Queensland, Australia), decorated with silver gilded applied decor in the form of peacocks and peacock feathers with fire opals. Coober Pedy, Australia, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, amethysts, chrysolite, 10×11.5×4.5 cm.
Plate inlaid with malachite and lapis lazuli, diameter 34 cm.
Table lamp with lapis lazuli and malachite trim, height 58.5 cm.
Box made of malachite (Congo) and chrysocolla, 14×13.3×5 cm.
Dinosaur bone box (Utah), decorated with silver gilded applied decor, 15×12.5×5 cm.
Petrified wood box (Washington State), 14×11.5×4.5 cm.
Chess set made of black jade, cacholong (Africa), dinosaur bone (Utah) and petrified wood (Washington state), decorated with pearls, board size 40.5×40.5 cm, design by Konstantin Libman, jeweler Denis Vedernikov.
Chess set made of malachite, white agate and mother-of-pearl, decorated with pearls, 30.5×30.5×3 cm, design by Konstantin Libman and Ivanna Kharchenko, jeweler Denis Vedernikov.
Backgammon from jasper, shattukite and Russian ammonite, 39x20x5 cm.
Box made of malachite with the effect of a cat’s eye (Congo) and chrysocolla, 20x15x5.7 cm.
Box “Medusa” made of boulder opal (Queensland, Australia), decorated with silver gilded applied decoration in the form of Medusa’s head with 15 white opals (Coober Pedy, Australia) and two rubies, 13x12x5 cm.
Boulder opal box (Queensland, Australia), 15x11x45 cm.
A monumental jade ladle in the traditional style with six small cups in the form of ladles in a silver frame in the form of a sea monster. The bowl is 25 cm in diameter.
Bowl made of white jade with legs in the form of lion’s paws, diameter 20.3 cm.
Rhodonite box, 24x16x11.5 cm, Konstantin Libman.
Box made of shattukite (Congo), 21.5x13x6 cm.
Box of opal fluorite (Tiffany stone), length 21 cm.
Casket made of lapis lazuli and mother-of-pearl. 18x14x6 cm. Konstantin Libman. The lid of the box is made of peanut wood (Western Australia), and the sides are made of dinosaur bone (Washington State), 13.5×11.5×6 cm.
Pink opal box (Australia) with two removable brooches (silver, enamel, Australian opals, emeralds, sapphires). 25x16x12 cm. Jeweler – Denis Vedernikov, artists: Ivanna Kharchenko, Konstantin Libman.
Eudialyte box (Khibiny massif, Kola Peninsula, Russia), 17×12.5×6 cm.
Box of lapis lazuli, decorated with a pattern of gilded silver and opals, length 14 cm.
Jade ladle in the traditional style with six small cups in the form of ladles, decorated with emeralds and rubies in a gilded silver setting. Carved from native Siberian jade in a rich green hue with superb fineness on the sides. Bowl – length 30 cm, cups – length 8 cm.
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