Enric Majoral

Enric Majoral (Sabadell, 1949) settled in Formentera in 1971 and in 1974 set off on his path in dedication to jewelry. His most personal work is a creative task free of limitations and complexes when choosing techniques and materials. Starting from intuition and experimentation as methods of working, he creates pieces of a bold and innovative concept that become essentially modern. Enric Majoral conceives jewelry as a form of expression and a vision of the world. Experiences, nature, his own origins and the memory of places are in the roots of his work. And work and life are inseparable.

He is a founding member of the Art and Crafts Fair of La Mola (Formentera) and has received the Charter of Master Craftsman that the Generalitat de Catalunya, the Catalan autonomous government, awards. He has been a member of the FAD (Art and Design Promotional Board) since 1984. He has been awarded the Professional Career Prize by the Jewellers Association of Catalonia (JORGC). In 2007 he was awarded the National Prize of Craftsmanship by the Ministry of Industry. Two pieces from the Joies de Sorra series have, since 2008, formed part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design of New York (MAD NY).

Since the beginning of his career, he himself has designed, produced and commercialized jewelry and sculptures that are sold in both his own shops and in galleries and other establishments in Europe and the United States.