Jewellery Talk with Tamara Comolli

From the Flagship store in the Hamptons, USA, one more in Palm Beach, Florida, two in Munich, Germany and distributed amongst the finest jewelers of the world – Tamara Comolli is now looking towards Denmark, and we are super excited to represent the International brand at The Jewellery Room – both at the event on the February 3rd and in our online press- & showroom.

The designer Tamara Comolli is 54 years old, born in Germany and raised in Spain, Gibraltar, France and Germany. She founded TAMARA COMOLLI® Fine Jewelry Collection in 1992. In 2004 the self-taught jewellery designer won the De Beers Award for Design in 2004.


We met up with Tamara to learn more about her passion for gemtones, the iconic acorn shape and colurful designs.

What is your profession?
Designer by soul.

Why did you choose to become a jewelry designer?
For my love of gemstones and their color variety.

Describe the design DNA of Tamara Comolli?
Soft smooth, feminine, high quality, adventurous, surprising, young and fun.

What do you dream about?
Beaches for vacations and to inspire women with our new approach to fine jewelry – expressing casual luxury.

Describe a perfect day for you?
Summer day, wake up early, breakfast outside, then off to my gemstone departments to see what new stones or pearls arrived, then jump into marketing issues overlooking artworks and in the afternoon time at production for team meetings, fine tuning and finalizing. Then home to see my family. I have a teenage boy and two dogs and a movie producing partner.

Do you have a crazy habit?
Yes, I love cleaning and have two washing machines and dryers in case one gives up.

What is your guilty pleasure?
Online shopping and keeping a lot.


What is your must-have jewellery?
My Snowflakes Leaf Pendant that makes me so proud since we won the DeBeers Design Award.

Do you have something you can’t live without?
Yes, Lip Balm.

What would your occupation be if you weren’t a jewellery designer?
I would be a cook or a doctor.

What is your biggest achievement in your jewellery career?
The Design awards we received and opening my first standalone boutique in the Hamptons, USA.


Jan 22


Remember when you where a kid and mom always told you not play with your food? She never said anything about wearing it.
Why not deck yourself in a more palatable decor for a change, instead of ordinary metals and crystals?

We have found a selection of tasty ornaments cute enough to eat.


Martini anyone? Or perhaps you are more tempted by a sweet tooth and opt for the Ice Pop? Crafted in Italy in 9kt yellow gold, by Aliita get your mouth


Are you a vegetarian – then we got you covered as well. Check out this 18-karat Rose Gold Ring with White and Champagne Diamond Detail, Tsavorite, Yellow Sapphire and Ruby Detail. A combination of 6 rings to form a gluten free veggie burger from Nadine Ghosn.

Build your own burger with a top bun (with sesames) and ketchup detail, veggie burger patty, onion (princess cut diamonds), tomato, lettuce and bottom bun with mustard detail.

All rings can be worn separately.


An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Wear a daily reminder with this cute necklace from Beuniki.

byCRY_thejewelleryroomSticking to the fruits we find this cute golden pineapple from By Cry.


Colorful and cute with a vacation vibe, these watermelon stud earrings from Marc Jacobs add a playful dose of fun to any outfit.


If you are more in for a guilty treat – we recommend this colorful and fun popcorn necklace from our new label Malaika Raiss. 

Now remember ladies, despite being very temptation don’t actually try to bite into these treasures.

Jan 15

Jewellery Talk with Libelula

When we first met with Camilla Austad Samuelsen in Copenhagen a few yers ago there was no doubt that she had a flair and a passion for fine jewellery . It was clear that she wanted to create her own label with a femine touch that revealed her life as the mother of four. And so she did! We’ve had a jewellery talk with Camilla, about her passion and the name Libelula


- Why did you choose to become a jewellery designer?
I have been creative ever since I was a little child, but I am educated in economics and worked in finance for many years. It was not until I was 38 that I dared to follow my dream and work in a creative business. I choose to become a jewellery designer because I felt there was a gap in the market for thin gold bracelets in massive gold and real stones. So I started designing them myself. My first design was the mother of bracelets that has been a huge success.



Media coverage

It’s fantastic to see Jewellery having a platform during a fashion week as it is a crucial part of the fashion world.

Editors were buzzing about The Jewellery Room as if it was one of the most soughtafter shows in town. And it was

Beautifully styled and was such an easy and accessible way to experience many brands gathered under one roof.


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