"Jewellery is the physical concentrate of one's identity. We need less but more meaningful objects. Timeless ideas and precious materials surmount passing trends."
Krista Lehari is a professional jewellery artist who has three degrees from the Estonian Academy of Arts. Her deep knowledge on the history of art and metal work helps her navigate the secret world of symbols and to create exemplary masterpieces.
The recreation of the relic jewellery for the Estonian theater stars, grand old dames Ita Ever and Kaie Mihkelson, characterise her aesthetics and versatile skillfulness and style - true pearls of fine jewellery. Her artistic feats also include the ceremonial cross of the St. John's church in St. Petersburg, the annual award "Golden Microphone" and the artistic version of the historical Ferris Wheel created for one of the oldest cafe's in Tallinn. She has also collaborated with VARKKI fashion house and jewellery brand LUMMUS.
Ehestu is honored to present Krista Lehari's four collections:
"Heritage", which is an homage to the artist's father who was the professional engraver;
"Dark Side of the Full Moon" has captured the mysticisim of the moon;
"Möbius Arena" challenges the infinity and
the "Brave Rabbit" helps one to conquer the world.