04 January 2017
The representation of the face is a classic theme in the history of jewelry and most often takes the form of a cameo, a stone engraved in relief. The most famous are those featuring ancient gods and the elegant ones of nineteenth century. The American designer Hannah Blount sculpts them in gold. A perfect oval with pure lines, sometimes heightened with a diamond on the forehead, and with eyes closed to add a strange touch, as if it’s in deep meditation.
On her Caillou site, Anne-Lise Delsol sells her selection of antique pieces and solo earrings mode from elements adorning hatpins.
Thierry Vendome, the son of Jean Vendome, is also a jeweler.
Belgian designer Céline Daoust just opened her first store in Paris, rue de Grenelle.
Lise Guitton, the Inouïtoosh’s designer who works with both scarves and jewelry, has dreamed up a large silk square printed with precious stones.