Delphine Nardin “Claw” ring

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Delphine Nardin was an archaeologist, which explains her predilection for elements marked with the patina of time. She gleans on the beaches of her childhood frosted glass and the vestiges of  the sea.


Delphine Nardin printed a crab claw and then transformed it into a large silver ring.


Unique piece ref. 15AG24 – Made in France (Paris)

925 silver

Weight : 23 gr


Article about Delphine Nardin : Impressions and sea glass

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