09 February 2016

PAD jewelry

The PAD (Pavilion Art+Design) welcomes two jewelry galleries, Karry Gallery and miniMASTERPIERCE. The first is Karine Berrebi, known for her distinct selection of 1960s and 70s jewelry. The second is that of Esther Beaucé, specializing in contemporary artists’ jewelry.

From March 31st to April 3rd 2016 – Tuileries Gardens

  • Constance Guisset - Composite material, Tahiti pearl and gold - 2015 - miniMASTERPIECE Edition © Studio Guisset

  • Karry Berreby - Piaget - Gold, diamonds and lapis-lazuli - 1975

  • Claude Lévêque - Necklace "Venin" (Venom) made of gold - 2014 - miniMASTERPIECE Edition © Yann Delacour

  • Karry Berreby - Chopard - Gold and tigereye - 1970

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