Paloma Garrido is a Spanish designer and silversmith who, together with her brother Juan, founded Garrido Gallery in Madrid. With a family history rooted in silversmithing, Paloma seeks to preserve the traditional craft while exploring new artistic expressions. Her work reflects a dynamic blend of avant-garde influences such as cubism, with nods to art deco and mid-century-modern design. In addition to silversmithing, Paloma has also expanded the gallery’s collection to include furnishings, sculptures, and other objects. Every design element is crafted in Spain using only the highest quality materials, including precious metals such as gold, silver, and brass. Each piece is meticulously finished with hand-embossed textures or a specialist hand-polished finish and takes pride in upholding the traditional Spanish art of silversmithing. Garrido’s goal is to revitalize the fading craft of silverware by seamlessly integrating precious metals and traditional metalworking techniques into highly collectible metalware designs. Through her unique approach to design and commitment to honoring tradition, Paloma has become a notable figure in the contemporary art and design scene.
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