The article analyzes the innovative style and jewelry based on it, created in 2000-2022 on the basis of such trends as modern, non-traditional, modern, avant-garde in the work of young jewelers and their creations. It was analyzed that the creativity of representatives of the older generation and many other young talented jewelers in the innovative direction continue to strive to create innovative jewelry, as well as to produce high-quality original jewelry in jewelry factories, enterprises and brands.
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