Lyngby Hovedgade 44  |  2800 Kgs. Lyngby  |  Phone: 45 88 55 85  |  E-mail: jytte@kloeve.dk |  Åbent efter aftale

RINGS MOVING - 27th OCTOBER – 27th NOVEMBER 2017.

RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBITION OF JYTTE KLØVE’S RINGS 1975-2017 IN THE CENTRAL BANK OF DENMARK’S HEADQUARTER TAKES PLACE BECAUSE THE BANK HAS AWARDED JYTTE KLØVE ITS ANNIVERSARY FOUNDATION’S HONORARY GRANT FOR 2017.

 ”2 Circles”, pinkie ring in silver and onyx. 1976.

”A Man’s Ring” is a masculine ring in gold and matte black silver, set with two diamonds. This ring won 1. prize at the Goldsmith Association’s Scandinavian competition in 1978, and in 2009 mrs. Lone Withen Erdmann and mr. Jan Erdmann donated it to Designmuseum Denmark.

”Red Ring”, red gold set with a diamond. It is tilted so it is almost hidden. But not for the wearer. 1981.

”NO. 3” is a ring in red gold with white and blue diamonds. It can be worn three different ways: One way will show the white diamonds only, another will show the blue diamonds, and the third will show half white and half blue diamonds. 2009.

”Smiling Ring” in black patinated gold and diamonds. 1980.

”Stone on Legs”, a solitaire diamond ring in black patinated gold. 1988.

”Bend Ring” is Jytte Kløve’s masterpiece, and has been crafted in many variations, for the left ringfinger or inverted for the right ringfinger. This Bend Ring is in red gold, for the left hand, and set with a white and a brownish diamond. 1988.

”4 Legged Ring”. Two rings, - one in silver with an Indian moonstone, and the other with a moonstone in the same colour as the red gold. 2017.

”Thick/Thin Pinkie Ring” made of yellow and red gold set with plum-coloured diamonds. 1988.

”Silver ring with Kernels”. This ring, made for the left pinkie, is originally designed in 1974 as a part of Kløve’s exam project at the Goldsmith Academy i 1975. It is a cast piece, and in 2009 she gave it a new look and feel by sawing out kernels.

”Open Eternity” is a ring in matte black patinated gold set with 4 diamonds. Open Eternity is a fertility symbol, because eternity opens up to the woman giving birth. 1991.

”The Toucan”. Winged ring in silver an pure gold. 2000.

”Ring in Use”, made for the left pinkie in yellow and red gold set with four diamonds. A sample of this ring has been acquired by the Danish Arts Foundation in 1988, and since 2007 it has been a part of the Art Foundation’s Jewellery Box,. Pieces from this box can be borrowed.

”Longtailed Tit”, silver ring for the right ringfinger. The silhuette of this ring became the logo of museum ”Ringen” / ”The Ring” in Grenå, until the museum closed down in 2004. It is today owned by the Museum at Koldinghus. 2000.

”Ring with Friends” is a gold ring with a small diamond. The concept of putting several rings of the the same design together won the Copenhagen Goldsmiths Guild’s Scandinavian Competition in 2014.

”Closed Door”, a colossal ring in silver with a green citrine. It is for a a large man to be worn on his forefinger. 2015.

”Black Dancer” is an amphora ring in matte black silver with a teaser ring in gold. The small gold ring tinkles faintly as it slides up and down. 2004.

”Look Around You Ring”, is composed of 6 individual rings. Some are in yellow gold with white diamonds and others in red gold with green diamonds. The rings are springy in the gold and each of them can be ”unbuttoned” so that the rings can be interlocked. In this way the ring can have two different sizes. 2015.

”Amphora and the Sea”, silver and aquamarine cabochon. 2004.

Starry Night”, ring in red gold set with an imperial saphire and diamonds. 1990.

”The Bullfinch”, winged ring in red gold with a plum-coloured diamond. 2000.

”Looking at You” is a ring for the middle finger, made in gold with a white and a yellow diamond. 2015.

”Stop Ring”. This ring is for the left ring finger and made of matte black silver with a Spirit Sun cut rosequartz and a Tahiti pearl. The quartz is tipped, so that it ”looks at you”, and the pearl will ”rest” against the pinkie.

”Play Ring with Skyline” is a chain of rings to be folded in over your finger. Each ”tower” is cut with a wirecutter, which leaves a mark that looks like a roof. When wearing the ring, the towers will move, leaving to you to associate to a town you once visited.

”NO 3.” is a ring to be worn ind three different ways. It is made of yellow gold and set with a row of diamonds running from deep yellow into white. 2009.

Jewellery Studio

Goldsmith Jytte Cleave
Lyngby Hovedgade 44

DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby​

Contact

Phone: +45 4588 5585

E-mail: jytte@kloeve.dk

CVR: 65900718