Vilnius, Vilnius

Jewellery School Vilnensis

FreeFriday 18 June

Dominikonų 7/20
01131 Vilnius

http://www.vilnensis.eu/?lang=en
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Jewellery School Vilnensis is located in Vilnius Old Town, near the Dominican Church of the Holy Spirit.

An interesting fact: in this very house on Dominican street there was Jacob Gierke’s workshop in the 17th century, he was the most famous Lithuanian Grand Duchy's craftsman and watchmaker.

Today, Jewellery School Vilnensis is founded and led by a jeweller, designer, member of Lithuanian Artists' Association, and associate professor at Vilnius Academy of Arts - Darijus Gerlikas, who learned the craft in Florence, Italy.

The Jewellery School continues the honorable tradition of jewellery making and teaching, apparently, the aura of this historical building still inspires and attracts people from all over the world.

Demonstration

Demonstration

Reconstructed Gothic and Renaissance jewelry found in Vilnius

Reconstructed Gothic and Renaissance jewelry of the most famous Lithuanian Grand Duchy's noble men will be presented by a jeweler, designer and associate professor at Vilnius Academy of Arts - Darijus Gerlikas, who learned the craft in Florence, Italy.

Free

Friday 18 June de 17:30 à 18:30

General public

Demonstration

Demonstration

Reconstructed archaeological rings

Reconstructed archaeological rings of the most famous Lithuanian Grand Duchy's noble men will be presented by a jeweller, designer and associate professor at Vilnius Academy of Arts - Darijus Gerlikas, who learned the craft in Florence, Italy.

Free

Friday 18 June de 16:00 à 17:00

General public

Press contact:

Jurate Raugaliene

j.raugaliene@vsaa.lt

852127723

  • Reconstructed ring

    Reconstructed ring of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas the Great ; work and photo by Darijus Gerlikas

  • The ring of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas the Great (original)

    The ring of the Grand Duke of Lithuania Vytautas the Great, found during archaeological excavation at Vilnius Cathedral. From V. Urbanavicius archive

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