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The Live Exhibition.

At the presentation of the Danish National Bank’s Foundation’s honorary grant 2017 to jeweller Jytte Kløve, two men and seven women will be wearing the pieces shown in this document. The pieces are on loan from the below mentioned museums, but there are also pieces in private ownership and pieces owned by the goldsmith. See all Jytte Kløve's jewellery in public ownership HERE.

”CLOSED DOOR” matte black silver ring with an oval citrine. The ring was inspired by the terror event in Copenhagen in 2014 and was shown the first time at The Living Exhibition at Jytte Kløve’s 40th anniversary. It was also part of the solo exhibition ”Freedom of Speech” at Grønbecksgård in 2016. This colossal-ring was created for a large green citrine, which represents hope. It was cushion cut and I had purchased it a few years prior because I just go on with my work without it! The title ”Closed Door” refers to the frozen situation after the terrorist attack in Copenhagen. But the title has a double bind, because the citrine is physically set in a special way. When thinking of objects that close and open, you think of a round pin in a latch, but in this ring you’d have to cut the ring in two to place the stone.

Brooch in red gold. Privately owned.

BACK TO BACK”, matte black man’s ring with two synthetic padparadscha saphires. The ring was inspired by the terror event in Copenhagen in 2014 and was shown the first time at The Living Exhibition at Jytte Kløve’s 40th anniversary. It was also part of the solo exhibition ”Freedom of Speech” at Grønbecksgård in 2016.

”The Shot at Krudttønden”, matte black silver brooch with synthetic padparadscha saphire. The brooch was inspired by the first of the terror shots in 2014. It was originally shown at The Living Exhibition at Jytte Kløve’s 40th anniversary. It was also part of the solo exhibition ”Freedom of Speech” at Grønbecksgård in 2016.

”RED AMPHORA WITH NODDING SOLITAIRE”, purchased by the Copenhagen Goldsmiths’ guild in connection with the presentation of the guild’s honorary grant 2009. Amphora ring in red gold with matching black patinated silver ring with amethyst. The amphora ring can be worn as a pendant on a double chain.

”OPEN CIRCLE CHAIN”, black patinated silver necklace with gold decoration. Acquired by the Arts Foundation in 1992 and later deposited in the jewellery box from where it can be borrowed.

"LOOKING AT YOU", gold ring with a white and a very yellow diamond. To be worn in the left middle finger. 2015.

”THE WORDLESS CHAIN”, matte black silver and gold, 2015. The chain is made as a symbol of dialogue, here in the form of wordless speech bubbles where it’s up to the wearer or viewer to fill in meaning.

BOAT BRACELET (Belongs the the jewellery box). The Boat Bracelet is a chain of boats folded in order – the stern to the north and the aft to the south – before putting it on. But as soon as it’s on, the boats move and take on unique shapes, all day long. Purchased by the Arts Foundation in 2006 and deposited in the Jewellery Box from where it can be borrowed.

”TULIP PIN” (belongs to the jewellery box). Brooch in gold, exhibited at the Blooming Design exhibition in Keuchenhoff Lisse in the Netherlands – an exhibition inspired by flowers. 2003. The tulip can be borrowed from the jewellery box.

BOOMERANG”, bracelet in red gold, matte black on the inside. The bracelet was made in connection with Jytte Kløve’s 25th anniversary and was exhibited then at Norskehuset at Sophienholm.

”PLAYRING WITH SKYLINE”, chain of seven rings in red gold and two in white gold with seven blue and two white brilliants. 2000.

BLACK FLOWER WITH BLUE LIGHTS”, brooch in black patinated white gold with blue brilliants. The brooch was inspired by the terror event in Copenhagen in 2014 and was shown the first time at The Living Exhibition at Jytte Kløve’s 40th anniversary. It was also part of the solo exhibition ”Freedom of Speech” at Grønbecksgård in 2016.

MAN’S RING” (private donation for Designmuseum Denmark from Lone Withen Erdmann and Jan Erdmann in 2009). (worn here on the index finger). The Man’s ring is made in yellow gold, partly black patinated and set with two brilliants. In 1978, this ring won first prize in a Scandinavian diamond contest.

”MöBIUS BRACELET”, yellow gold, partially black patinated with 8 brilliants. 1985. The Arts Foundation acquired one in 1988, which was later deposited at the Jewellery Box from where it an be borrowed.

”NO. 3”, red gold ring with white and blue brilliants. 2009.

”RESTING AMPHORA” (belongs to the Jewellery Box). Brooch in gold, acquired by the Arts Foundation in 2006 and deposited in the Jewellery Box from where it can be borrowed.)

"KAJAK" (Tilhører Smykkeskrinet). Ring til langemand i rødt guld. Kan endvidere bæres i en kæde om halsen. Erhvervet af Designmuseum Danmark i 2008 og er senere lagt i Smykkeskrinet, hvorfra den kan lånes. Er forarbejdet af grønlandsk guld.

ROUND TABLE CONVERSATION”, necklace in red gold with white freshwater pearls. The necklace was inspired by the terror event in Copenhagen in 2014 and was shown the first time at The Living Exhibition at Jytte Kløve’s 40th anniversary. It was also part of the solo exhibition ”Freedom of Speech” at Grønbecksgård in 2016.

Jewellery Studio

Goldsmith Jytte Cleave
Lyngby Hovedgade 44

DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby​

Contact

Phone: +45 4588 5585

E-mail: jytte@kloeve.dk

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