Jewelry Designer Finds Inspiration in Micromosaics

Guy Bedarida’s collection of micromosaics evokes ancient scenes — and fuels his creativity as a jewelry designer.

Being fascinated by small things is a helpful inclination for a jewelry designer.

At least that has been the case for Guy Bedarida, the creative director of the Italian fine jewelry brand Marina B. He has spent the last three decades collecting micromosaics, images created from tiny pieces of glass.

“I’ve always been amazed at little things — illuminated manuscripts, dollhouses and micromosaics,” Mr. Bedarida said in a phone interview from Bali, where he recently sold his former home. He now divides his time between Bangkok and New York — where Marina B is headquartered

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