Many connoisseurs of excepional jewellery are deeply enamored with Alexander Laut’s jewelry designs. His creations captivate attention by their sheer elegance and artistry that exudes from each piece.
Alexander is a multi-talented artist and a dedicated creator of jewels with a deep understanding of the emotional as well as deep understanding of the emotional as well as aesthetic values a piece of jewellery can convey.
Hie eponymous brand is especially known for its striking “Cocktail” rings and unique investment-worthy jewelry for high-profile clientele.
“Wearing full jewelry sets can be boring and costly. One can achieve the same effect with a single piece of jewelry - a striking cocktail ring.” - Alexander Laut
Alexander’s unique style and creative solutions involve an emphasis on rare natural stones which are chosen by the designer himself. Alexander focuses on large, rare and unusual collectible stones like colored Diamonds, Rubies, Sapphires, Spinel, Alexandrite, and rare Tourmalines.
His impeccable attention to detail is outstanding as he takes the time to breathe life into every single facet of his jewelry. Whether it’s a delicate necklace, a pair of exquisite earrings, or a stunning ring, you can tell that he has poured his heart and soul into crafting these masterpieces.
Another notable signature involves a collection of natural sea pearls combined with precious stones. Alexander likes to work with large rare pearls from the South Sea as he likes the mystery of “organic” gems.
Alexander Laut was born in Moscow in 1967 but left Russia in the early 1990s to emigrate to Hawaii in the USA. Alexander received a medical education (MD) and tried many different professions before finding his real passion in making Jewelry. He worked as a journalist, photographer and gallery owner but has always been interested in jewelry design and gemology. Jewelry is now his full time vocation and passion.
The turning point in Alexander’s life was his meeting with Ronald Winston, the son and heir of the great Harry Winston. This extraordinary man, chemist, gemologist and Japanese Art Connoisseur tipped the scale in Alexander’s decision making process and led him to become a jewelry designer. He was also the inspiration behind Alexander’s first jewelry collection.