Felix Tsirefman, born in 1971, can be called a reclusive jeweler. He conjures in his workshop, creating expressive and powerful images that are not only pleasing to the eye, but also tell a lot about the individuality of their owner.
Ethnic motifs and ancient jewelry practices and forms are intertwined in his products, modernistically rethought by a contemporary artist.
Tsirefman prefers rare exotic stones, which give each piece a unique artistic and spiritual dimension.
Felix Tsirefman believes in the mystical power of stones, their deep individual character, coinciding with the character of the individual. His pieces are not worn as jewelry, but rather as esoteric amulets.
Another part of the collection is avant-garde objects of biocosmic design. The jeweler’s works are a mixture of terrestrial mushrooms, shells, inflorescences with images and signs of extraterrestrial beings, as if descended on a jewelry workbench from movie screens and films about extraterrestrial civilizations.