26 May 2018

8 artists’ jewels to buy as a special treat

During the Diane Venet exhibition, the shop at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs is presenting six artists’ jewels produced by miniMASTERPIECE, Esther de Beaucé’s gallery. Most of them are by plastic artists, sculptors, etc. listed in the exhibition as Carlos Cruz Diez, Claude Lévêque, Jean-Luc Moulène or Laurent Baude. All are limited editions of 30 copies, even 5, and available starting from 220 euros.

  • Laurent Baude - Ring-pendant in silver threads and colored aluminum wires - miniMASTERPIECE Edition - From €950 © Yann Delacour

  • Didier Courbot - Bangle "Adèle" in gilded silver and large fire enamel - Edition of 5, miniMASTERPIECE €1 900 © Yann Delacour

  • Françoise Pétrovitch - Ring "Dans les mains" in silver - Edition of 10, miniMASTERPIECE €3 500 © Yann Delacour

  • Vera Molnar - Pendant "Au dé" in platinum plated silver - Edition of 30, miniMASTERPIECE / Bernard Chauveau €4 100 © Yann Delacour

  • Jean-Luc Moulène - Ring "OS" in silver steel - Limited edition, miniMASTERPIECE €350 © Yann Delacour

  • David Dubois - Pendant "Couture" in silver - Edition of 30, miniMASTERPIECE - From €990 © Yann Delacour

  • Carlos Cruz Diez - Earrings "Chromo Inauris" acrylic glass and gold silver - Limited edition in collaboration with miniMASTERPIECE € 220 © Lisa Preud’homme, Courtesy Atelier Cruz-Diez

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