Art Jeweler Pedro Boregaard Introduces Mini Egg Collection

A new collection of precious Mini Eggs from Pedro Boregaard--The Art Jeweler--is now available for sale directly to consumers from the jeweler's website
By: Barbara A. Moss
 
 
From Pedro Boregaard, The Art Jeweler: Confetti Mini Egg with Brown Diamonds
From Pedro Boregaard, The Art Jeweler: Confetti Mini Egg with Brown Diamonds
 
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Feb. 25, 2010 - PRLog -- It may the dead of Winter, but the first signs of Spring are now appearing online! Pedro Boregaard—The Art Jeweler, has introduced his Mini Egg Collection—a fun, fabulous collection of handcrafted miniatures. The assortment of 20 Mini Eggs is the first series of jewelry offered directly via the designer’s website: http://www.boregaard.com.

Boregaard has taken nature’s most perfect shape and adorned it with many of his classic textures including Diamond Dust, Wave and Confetti. Each Mini Egg (approximately 9mm x 12mm) is handmade in Boregaard’s New York City workshop. The Boregaard Mini Egg Collection ranges in price from $365 for the Striped Mini Egg (solid Sterling silver with 18k yellow gold loops) to $3,730 for the Confetti Mini Egg (solid 18k yellow gold with 27 brilliant diamonds).
 
The Mini Eggs can be purchased individually or in multiples, with or without a chain, or as finished necklaces as show on the eStore.  A new "behind the scenes video" about Boregaard Mini Eggs is available for viewing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzkFKqup_CQ.For additional information, please contact Barbara Moss at americanwillow@gmail.com; or call (862) 596-8000.



About Pedro Boregaard: In 1966, following training at renowned Hemmerle, Jeweler, in Munich, Germany, Pedro Boregaard worked for several years as a jeweler in London and Norttingham, England, before settling in New York City in 1974. He started at the top, at Tiffany & Co., where he worked for seven years and rose to head a workshop of 40 jewelers. His work there was primarily developing and executing the designs of Tiffany’s star designers. Paloma Picasso, Elsa Peretti and Angela Cummings have each acknowledged his creative contributions to their collections.

In 1983, he left Tiffany & Co. to open his own design workshop on 48th Street across the street from Rockefeller Center, where he quickly established himself by winning numerous international design competitions. His jewelry was soon sold in selected stores throughout the United States. In 1994, Boregaard opened an elegant showroom on 53rd Street and Madison Avenue, an address soon to be known to a discerning international clientele.

In 2005, after losing his lease to make room for another high-rise in midtown Manhattan, Boregaard “split” his business, opening a workshop on Broadway and Lafayette in Manhattan and establishing a design and model-making operation in New York’s Sullivan County. This year, his 27th in business, will mark the opening of Pedro Boregaard’s own retail shop on the block-long Main Street of Narrowsburg, the quintessential Delaware River town in Southwestern New York State.

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