Discover: Fine Jewelry Made by ARNE Since 1880

arne yellow gold ring

ARNE Ring, Yellow gold, 148 diamonds, 1 prazeolit 11,65 Ct

The house of Alexander Arne has been making fine jewellery since the late 19th century when a workshop owned by a St. Petersburg jeweller named Victor Arne first established close links with the famous Carl Faberge.

It all began back in 1880, when Arne started with a series of exquisite enamel pieces made exclusively for their renowned partner. Today, Alexander Arne’s vision is in bringing Russian jeweller traditions back to life, and giving them a new life in a modern world, as one of its greatest tasks.

Jewelry Made with Great Tradition and Technique

Arne jewellers use both traditional (hot) and innovative (light-cured) enamel techniques, experimenting with transformer jewellery, taking part in a variety of projects from making customized fine jewellery pieces and gifts to designing magnificent family jewellery sets. The jewellery house of Alexander Arne is a unique creative workshop coining a completely new language of jewellery in partnership with some of the most gifted Russian artists, jewellers and enamellers.

The Arne Philosophy and Laws of Making Jewelry

Earrings, White gold, 228 diamonds 1.410 Сt
Earrings, White gold, 228 diamonds 1.410 Сt

The philosophy practiced by the Alexander Arne team is based on four maximas, which are devotion, creative responsibility, original designer craftwork, perfection of execution, and a longtime artisanry tradition put in a modern context. These unwritten laws of the art of jewellery determine the unique style of every Arne piece. The geometry of their logo is symmetrically intertwining infinity symbols. The four parts of the logo stand for the four maximas that constitute Alexander Arne’s creative vision, symbolizing an everlasting pursuit of perfection.

Signature Design: Logomania Collection

The house decided to create a pendant ornament inspired by the shape of the ARNE logo, what resulted was а signature piece in white gold and diamonds and a new style-forming motif was invented which created a number of fascinating piece variations; these were the jewellery that later formed the Logomania collection. Today, Logomania encompasses a variety of pieces, from rings and logo-shaped pendants and diamond-braided openwork bracelets to partly enamelled white gold and white diamond long earrings and sautoirs.

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