It all started over twenty years ago in a firehouse garage in Moscow. A young electrophysicist and her firefighter husband ventured out to manufacture cubic zirconia, for which the process had just been recently invented in Russia. Over the next several years, their business was thriving and developing from manufacturing cubic zirconia and lab-grown garnets, and marketing those stones to full-scale jewelry manufacturers, to designing and manufacturing their own line of jewelry that was and still is trend-setting in Russia.
Elena Drukker and her artistic and engineering team create unique designs utilizing world-renowned classical jewelry-making techniques that go back to the time of Fabergé. Even though they use contemporary technology to its fullest in the manufacturing process, most of our jewelry designs are too intricate for us to consider computer-assisted designs or manufacturing.
Their jewelry is handcrafted, with each gemstone being individually prong-set by hand, which allows our jewelry to stand the test of time.
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