Circassian jeweler Asya Eutykh - Republic of Adygea


Asya Eutykh - Circassian jeweler from the republic of Adygea, member of the Union of Artists of the Russian Federation, People's Artist of the Republic of Adygea. Born in December 8, 1962, in the village Sovetskaya of Krasnodar region in the Circassian homeland, the Russian Federation.

The works of Asya Eutykh are kept in the funds of the State Hermitage and in the State Historical Museum of Moscow. Her works are made using the technique of casting, engraving and gilding. The main materials of the works include bronze, silver, gold and precious stones.

Weapons and jewelry have an obvious archaeological tendency, stylistics of the 2nd-1st millennium BC. e., inherent in finds from the mounds of Adygea.

Private collections:

V. Putin (Rhyton "Alp", set "Royal seal", rhyton "Great Spring", sword-akinak "Amra");
King Abdullah II of Jordan ("The Golden Tree of the Narts");
King Hussein of Jordan ("Set of two glasses on a tray");
Prince of Jordan Ali Ben Al Hussein (Shashka, dagger, belt, gazyri);
Princess Rome of Jordan (Wedding Dress Jewelry Set);
Maestro Y. Temirkanov (Silver conductor's baton).

Personal exhibition in the Hermitage "In the mirror of traditions", 2007.

In 1998, she created weapons and ammunition for the personal Circassian guard (15 sets) of the Jordanian Prince Ali.

In 2011, Asya Eutykh issued nominal coins in "1 Forget", "1 Then" and "1 Head" in gold, silver and bronze equivalents.

In 2013, in Rostov-on-Don, she opened the exhibition "Asya Eutykh: 5000 Years in Art".

In 2015 she became an honorary member of the Russian Academy of Arts.

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