Adeline Cacheux “Boule” ring

€270
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Adeline Cacheux’s “art-isanality” draws on both abstraction and metal. The creative process starts at the workbench, with everything done by hand in her Parisian workshop. Her rhythm oscillates between the glitter of gold and the radiance of silver – in an infinite interplay that compares and contrasts.

 

This ring formed by an open circle and a ball includes no precious stones, but its two metallic colours – silver and vermeil – perfectly capture the light.

Ref. : Ba-06 – Made in France (Paris)

 

Silver 925 and vermeil 18K

Ball diameter : 10 mm

Silver weight : 5,6 gr

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