Lyrical Luxury—Elizabeth Romhild Debuts Her First Jewellery Line With Maison Artinian
An art piece gets its value not from the medium but from the message imbued by the artist. For the first time, Thailand based Danish-Armenian painter Elisabeth Romhild’s priceless childhood memory is projected onto precious materials, including diamond, 18K white gold, onyx and mother-of-pearl. In collaboration with Maison Artinian, an conceptual jewellery house in Bangkok, Romhild releases her first fine jewellery line—La Bohème.
Prior to this alliance with the maison, the painter had painted a series under the same name. “The story of this collection goes way back, when as a little girl, I loved listening to my mother play the piano and later as a young girl, I even drew the piano on a piece of school paper for my close friend.” Elisabeth tells about the childhood memory that later became the subject of her artistic endeavours.
"Art is not a thing, but a way of living." —Elizabeth Romhild
Rhythms, motifs of black and white keys of a piano and hands playing the instrument are all objects from her bygone years. Today, the reverberation is translated into a whimsical yet charming jewellery collection for independent women who believe the art is not a thing, but rather a way of living. The name La Bohème is a tribute to the how Elizabeth grew as an artist and the echo of French-Armenian musician Charles Aznavour’s song. Under Elizabeth’s artistic direction, Maison Artinian’s artisans have created wearable pieces, such as the longue poitrine necklace, statement pendants, earrings and rings charged with vitality of bohemians.
Feel the movement and the life expressed by Elizabeth Romhild yourself at the Author’s Lounge of the Mandarin Oriental Bangkok.
For more information, visit maisonartinian.com.