CONTACT US
SOCIAL
  • Facebook - Black Circle
  • Instagram - Black Circle
  • Twitter - Black Circle

© 2014-2019 by JEWELLERY HISTORIAN

Terms of use / Privacy policy

ABOUT US

Discover our creative vision, philosophy and everything you need to know about us

The Jewellery Historian is a magazine for connoisseurs and people who love not only jewellery & timepieces, but mainly design and unique craftsmanship.

The Jewellery Historian was founded in spring 2014 by Lucas Samaltanos-Ferrier. Based between Helsinki, Paris and Athens, with an international core team that hails from Italy, the United Kingdom, France, Greece, Finland, and Panama, the Jewellery Historian is today considered by many decision makers & connoisseurs as the "Best kept secret in the world of luxury". As a digital magazine, the Jewellery Historian has definitely a uniquely powerful visual and textual storytelling, which combined to a minimal and clean design offers to readers from around the globe a unique reading experience.

 

Our readers are high-end professionals, a connected community of decision makers, connoisseurs with enhanced refinement.  Our readership, has until now been accumulated only by word-of-mouth and in short time reached an international audience due to the professional knowledge, the high quality content and exceptional aesthetics of our team. At the Jewellery Historian we focus on aesthetics and to the creativity of the designers, we choose to showcase, by letting their creations to speak for themselves, rather that surrounding them with distractions and other imagery. 

 

The Jewellery Historian offers one of the highest-quality content for free on the internet, while keeping access to our e-magazine & website free to all users worldwide.  We are passionate about what we do and we are doing our best to promote young designers and brands. We love to work together, support each other and make the jewellery industry a true global community. 

 

Our main mission is to educate, inspire and to promote jewellery & timepieces designers ( and designers in general),  the expertise and vision of famous international maisons and talented young designers with the goal of raising the awareness of design as a form of creative expression.

At the Jewellery Historian we believe that everyone in the world should have access to high-quality educational experiences and resources .  Education is the key to building better lives for hundreds of millions worldwide.

 

For us education is a fundamental right that requires free delivery and free access to material of high quality. One of our main goals is to provide highest-quality content for free on the internet, while keeping access to our e-magazine free to all users worldwide.

After all, luxury is not an industry, but a language.

At the Jewellery Historian, we have an underlying belief in inclusion and diversity, which are fundamental to our culture and core values. We believe that no one should be discriminated against because of their differences, such as age, disability, ethnicity, gender, gender identity and expression, religion or sexual orientation.

 

We believe an inclusive culture is good for business, fostering the creativity and innovation. It is fundamental that all people that work with us, can feel comfortable, be themselves and, as a result, be productive.

As proud supporters of equality and diversity, we comply with national laws and regulations, EU laws and EU directives, governing equality, diversity and non-discrimination. 

The Jewellery Historian is the result of the work of a team of passionate volunteers. 

 

Today the jewellery industry is as dynamic as it is fast growing. Consequential changes are under way, both in consumer behavior as well as in the industry itself. Jewellery players can’t simply do business as usual and expect to thrive; they must be alert and responsive to important trends and developments or else risk being left behind by more agile competitors.
 
In this competitive industry, every jewellery brand needs to strengthen and differentiate its brands through unique, distinctive designs. This is hard especially for young designers and brands that don't have the marketing muscle of others. At the Jewellery Historian we want to work with all brands, from the small artisan to the large jewellery group, because we believe that if we work united, we can raise awareness of jewellery design as a form of creative expression, which will benefit our "business community".
 
We love to work together, support each other and make the jewellery industry a true global community.