Nermine Mansour's Profile

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Nermine Mansour’s passion for jewelry design started as a hobby years ago in Central America, where she was serving as a diplomat. She has studied and taught the art of jewelry making in several countries ( Guatemala, Egypt, USA, Algiers, France); and has learned as much from her students as from her teachers.

She always tries to add new techniques and ideas to her repertoire, including metal smith, beading, resin casting and wire wrapping. Nermine is greatly inspired by the diversity of the jewelry where she lived and traveled: its history, techniques and peculiarities.

She has also participated in numerous exhibitions around the world, holding successful solo and collective exhibitions in Cairo, Algiers, California, and Paris.
While she has now given up diplomacy as a career, she feels that she is still…

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  • Female
  • Born on June 19
  • Joined June 27, 2009

Favorite materials

Sterling silver, gemstones, semiprecious stones, found objects, copper

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About

Nermine Mansour’s passion for jewelry design started as a hobby years ago in Central America, where she was serving as a diplomat. She has studied and taught the art of jewelry making in several countries ( Guatemala, Egypt, USA, Algiers, France); and has learned as much from her students as from her teachers.

She always tries to add new techniques and ideas to her repertoire, including metal smith, beading, resin casting and wire wrapping. Nermine is greatly inspired by the diversity of the jewelry where she lived and traveled: its history, techniques and peculiarities.

She has also participated in numerous exhibitions around the world, holding successful solo and collective exhibitions in Cairo, Algiers, California, and Paris.
While she has now given up diplomacy as a career, she feels that she is still pursuing diplomacy through her jewelry art.

Art has wings; it transcends all boundaries promotes tolerance and mutual understanding, she believes.

Her art reflects diverse calligraphies, colors and designs which have helped shape her own style. Each piece she designs is hand made, unique and is not reproduced in large numbers. She tries to keep a special eye for creating and bringing life to striking yet wearable pieces of jewelry.

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