Eldership artisans

Jeweler, folk artisan


Arnas Lukšys

Arnas Lukšys' works are handmade jewellery and interior design pieces made of various precious metals. Many of them are based on elements of ancient Baltic tribal creativity. And those that have nothing to do with the history of the nation are created individually for the client, in the realisation of his wishes and dreams.


More of his work can be found at:

Facebook page -  A. L. – lietuviška juvelyrika

The list of creations so far includes: traditional daisies, small interior decorations, rings, brooches, pins, bracelets, pendants, chains, shawl rings and more.

Arnas Lukšiys Facebook page A.L. - Lietuviška juvelyrika. Why  A.L. - Lietuviška juvelyrika? I'll admit, I was taking more thinking of a name for my hobby than I took for my daughter. Not because I love one more than the other, but because everything is intertwined here. I make both Baltic and natural jewellery and modern, minimalist jewellery. I also give a lot of my heart to making traditional sunflowers. In other words, there is artistic chaos in my workshop. But I wanted a title that was clear and strong, simple, understandable, but at the same time engaging. So here are the first two letters - me. These are my initials, because it's so clear and quick. Well, Lithuanian jewellery includes the place of production, my patriotism, my audience, and at the same time the designs, the motifs, the beliefs and the vision. It's hard to imagine a different name now. It's been more than half a year since I took up residence on Facebook with all my creativity, but only now I realise that I have never presented myself properly. So hello, I'm Arnas! I worked in the Lithuanian law enforcement system for more than 20 years, but one day I realised that I was a bit tired. It's not the time to run around with my daughter's colleagues, and the criminals haven't really gotten any better or easier in all these years. I was contemplating the end of my career, and quite by accident, an opportunity arose to learn something that I had been subconsciously drawn to all my life - the craft of jewellery. I enjoyed attending lectures, studying on my own, completing assignments and sketching out new ideas. I graduated, received my diploma and very quickly said goodbye to my long-time colleagues. So to speak, I took a well-earned rest. Except that, unlike everyone else, I am resting in my workshop."