The History of the House
The founder of the House, an artist, a designer, and a sculptor Gregory Emvy has always thought that art is multi-physical, while the creative process is about working with an energy flow rather than some material, that’s why it’s possible to talk about important things in any language — love and friendship, sex and harmony, values and ambitions are conveyed with equal affection and clarity by both small architectural forms and painting, object art and ceramics, sculpture and jewellery.
The idea of establishing a personal jewellery brand had been floating around for a long time. Being mesmerised by how much jewellery can tell one about a woman — not only about her taste and well-being but also about her life values and intellectual background — Gregory Emvy was consumed with the idea of making the true nature of every woman visible through jewellery. In Paris, he would wander through flea markets for hours in search of ancient rare jewellery pieces for the women he loved, the pieces that would unveil and highlight the character of the owner.
In 2014, when Gregory Emvy visited the Treasures of the Maharajas Exhibition held in the Kremlin, he finally yielded to the inevitable. Enraptured, he’d got a strong feeling that it was time to put off doubts and start talking about love in this language.
The road to the first collection took up as much as 8 years, during which Gregory Emvy was grasping the tricks of the trade of the greatest French jewellery houses and studying artefacts of the epoch, sitting wakeful nights sketching, looking for the perfect pearls, once again reassembling samples of his first pieces... Finally, Trinity Collection was born — an epitome of sensual femininity and queenly majesty.
Meanwhile, it’s just the beginning. The House has a zeal to create something larger than jewellery — to give rise to an independent art movement and become an agent provocateur in the jewellery world.
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