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Adeline Cacheux "Boule" ring

Adeline Cacheux draws on both abstraction and metal. On this this ring formed by an open circle and a ball, two metallic colours – silver and vermeil – perfectly capture the light.

Adeline Cacheux draws on both abstraction and metal. On this this ring formed by an open circle and a ball, two metallic colours – silver and vermeil – perfectly...

Yael Sonia "Reverse fit"

For Yael Sonia, not all that’s precious has to be serious. The designer, who lives between New-York ans Sao Paulo, is very much inspired by children’s games. Other leitmotivs : include geometric shapes and optical illusions.

For Yael Sonia, not all that's precious has to be serious. The designer, who lives between New-York ans Sao Paulo, is very much inspired by children's games. Other...

Delphine Nardin "Claw" ring

Delphine Nardin’s jewelry reminds her past as an archaeologist. She made the impression of a crab claw and then metamorphosed it into a large silver ring.

Delphine Nardin's jewelry reminds her past as an archaeologist. She made the impression of a crab claw and then metamorphosed it into a large silver ring.

Agathe Saint Girons "Gribouillis" earrings

An artist who works with multiple forms of expression, Agathe Saint Girons has hand-shaped rose gold wire into doodles. This unique piece consists of two earrings with similar but not identical volumes.

An artist who works with multiple forms of expression, Agathe Saint Girons has hand-shaped rose gold wire into doodles. This unique piece consists of two earrings...

Delphine Nardin "Crab Claw" bracelet

Delphine Nardin was once an archaeologist, which explains her passion for objects marked with the patina of time. In her “Empreintes” collection, the vestiges of the sea become decorative elements. On this bracelet, the crab claw is “printed” in silver. Sublime and abstract.

Delphine Nardin was once an archaeologist, which explains her passion for objects marked with the patina of time. In her "Empreintes" collection, the vestiges of the...

Adeline Cacheux "Delicate Arch" hoop earrings

Adeline Cacheux does not draw her jewelry: she sculpts it directly at her workbench. She juggles with balls, links, circles, and so on. The purity of the design echoes the colour schemes of the various precious metals. On the “Delicate Arch” hoop earrings, the two-tone pieces are formed by an assembly of geometric shapes combined with a play on proportions.

Adeline Cacheux does not draw her jewelry: she sculpts it directly at her workbench. She juggles with balls, links, circles, and so on. The purity of the design...

Regina Dabdab "Danse Moderniste" necklace

Regina Dabdab is based in Sao Paulo. Her work is based on blends of black tourmaline crude, pyrite or amethyst with energetic properties. They are interspersed with bleached corals, elements with organic shapes, driftwood. The “Modernist Dance” necklace is made from 3 elements whose shape evokes bodies dancing.

Regina Dabdab is based in Sao Paulo. Her work is based on blends of black tourmaline crude, pyrite or amethyst with energetic properties. They are interspersed with...

Garnazelle « Boule d’amour » ring

The sounds of the name, Garnazelle, perfectly reflect the sparkling style of the designer, Céline Rivet. The “Boule d’Amour” ring is Garnazelle’s signature jewel. The stone is enveloped by claws formed by gold granules, today inseparable from the brand.

The sounds of the name, Garnazelle, perfectly reflect the sparkling style of the designer, Céline Rivet. The "Boule d'Amour" ring is Garnazelle's signature jewel....

Gaya "Color for life" necklace

Gaya is infused with the spirit of Garnazelle… For her second collection, Céline Rivet offers hyper-colorful, light jewelry that’s easy to wear and accumulate.

Gaya is infused with the spirit of Garnazelle... For her second collection, Céline Rivet offers hyper-colorful, light jewelry that’s easy to wear and accumulate.

Adeline Cacheux bicolor gourmette bracelet

Adeline Cacheux makes all her jewelry herself in her Parisian workshop. She uses no precious stones, playing with the colours of gold and silver to highlight the power of the links or the purity of the design. It highlights the power of the links of this gourmette bracelet.

Adeline Cacheux makes all her jewelry herself in her Parisian workshop. She uses no precious stones, playing with the colours of gold and silver to highlight the...

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