Between light and metals

By Royal Bridges

Miriam de Ungría’s constant pursuit of aesthetics and the need of being surrounded by beautiful things led her to become a jewerelly designer who plays with gems and metals that combined allow the best use of light in her designs

AGATE BANGLES (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

Agate Bangle
Different agates half polished and a piece of 925mm silver featuring the stones.
As a gemologist Miriam de Ungría brings about her creations as an amalgam of stones and fine metals

AGATE BANGLES (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

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Designer Miriam de Ungría talks about her general designs, her inspirations, goals and dreams when fashioning her collections

COLOUR NECKLACES (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

Velvet necklace
18k rose gold necklace with five multifaceted amethysts.
The playful and gay colours mounted as to emphasised the gold's shine

ACQUAMARINE FROG (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

FROG AMETHYST
A topaz gem in white that highlights the stone's value for the icy light generated by this creation

DROP SLOPES FUMEE (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

DROP SLOPES FUMEE
Earrings in quartz and topaz

CANDY RING MINT (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

CANDY RING MINT
A particular design that pulchritudinously showcases Miriam's designs mounting quartz gems on a gold ring

70'S PINK (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

70'S PINK
The oval is an artistic element prominent in Miriam de Ungría's creations; seven distinct ovals form the silhouette of the tiara, a veritable sign of Miriam's identity

70'S PINK (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

PRASIOLITE DROP SLOPES (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

PRASIOLITE DROP SLOPES
White prasiolite quartz and topaz

CARRE RING (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

CARRE RING

FROG AMETHYST (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

FROG AMETHYST
Miriam successfully shapes her designs to provide them shapes of animals as in the case of this frog, and thereby provides further life into her designs

ACQUATURN NECKLACE (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

ACQUATURN NECKLACE
Turquoise necklace that reflects light through an oval characteristic of Miriam de Ungría's designs

ROCK VELVET RING (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

ROCK VELVET RING
Amethyst gem on rose gold

OVAL RING (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

OVAL RING

H&R BANGLE (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

H&R BANGLE
Yellow gold plated silver bracelet with the shape of a double heart silhouette and a rose on top. The bracelet gets easily adapted to the arm once placed, another features in her designs

BUBBLE RINGS (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

BUBBLE RINGS
Rose gold rings with a full rose surface, all covered by a transparent crystal quartz stone and five pink gold roses climbing at both sides.

ICE FLOWER RING (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

ICE FLOWER RING
Yellow gold ring with a five petals flower made in crystal quartz and a smaller one made in gold in the middle.

CASCADE SLOPES (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

CASCADE SLOPES - Flash earrings
Stunning long, white gold earrings with different types of stones and shapes: natural white (3,41cm) and Malaya reddish princess cut zircons ( 7,47cm), cut diamonds

H&R BAND (21st century) by Miriam de UngríaRoyal Bridges

H&R BAND

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Miriam de Ungría, The Princess of Tirnovo

In 2014 she launched her biggest challenge: her own brand MdeU, which has been growing with the web site www.mdeu.es and corners at the El Corte Inglés department Store in Spain. With an increasing presence at Facebook, Instagram and twitter, MdeU has more than 15.000 followers.

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