13 October 2016

Charlotte Chesnais pop-up

Charlotte Chesnais invents new sculptural jewelry and new ways to wear them. To make them more accessible, her bracelets, rings and necklaces are mostly made of vermeil, in other words, of gold-plated silver. For two seasons, she has produced some in gold and precious stones that can be discovered at her Bon Marché pop-up store, until October 22nd, 2016.

  • Earring made of gold, amethyst and topaz

  • Earring made of gold, citrine, garnet, sapphire, ruby, peridot, amethyst and tsavorite

  • Bracelet made of gold and diamonds

  • Ring and bracelet made of gold and diamonds

  • Earring made of gold, citrine, garnet, sapphire, ruby, peridot, amethyst and tsavorite

  • Ring made of gold and diamonds

  • Ring made of gold and diamonds

  • Earrings made of gold and diamonds

  • Earring made of gold, citrine, garnet, sapphire, ruby, peridot, amethyst and tsavorite

  • Earring made of gold and diamonds

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