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paloma picasso

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Paloma Picasso is the daughter of the most celebrated artist of the twentieth century, Pablo Picasso. After she completed formal training in jewelry design at the University of Paris at Nanterre at the age of 20, Yves St. Laurent presented a collection of her costume jewelry. In 1972, she began designing gold jewelry for Zolotas, but her father’s death the following year curtailed her association with this firm. She resumed her jewelry career at Tiffany & Co. in 1980 with their introduction of approximately 40 pieces of her jewelry Her designs are characterized by the use of highly polished surfaces and unexpected color contrasts. In 1985, Tiffany’s introduced her line of sterling silver jewelry in figurations of recognizable symbols such as “Love and Kisses”.

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