FREYWILLE introduces the Claude Monet’s Jardin D’Eau collection with three new designs <Giverny>, <Honfleur> and <Orangerie> that are inspired by The Master of Impressionism and Claude Monet. Many of his counterparts tried to depict reality in perfect form, but Monet wanted more to portray the beauty that surrounds us, and capture the moment as it appeared when dunking the brush into paint. His aim was to display the beauty of the atmosphere.
A faithful rendition in enamel of Monet’s water lilies that are portrayed in the impressive installation of Les Nymphéas that can be found in Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris. Other interpretations include Giverny’s fluid alignment of florals with iris and grass amongst pink blossoms and Honfleurs bed of chrysanthemums in red, orange and pink hues represented in Japanese calligraphic art with gold contour.
The exhibition of the jewellery, together with creative design prints of the Claude Monet inspirations and a video presentation is on display at the Heritage Hall in the prestigious 1881 Heritage establishment until 30th October 2014.