Chavin creoles, Motché

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Motché’s creoles are sublime! The brand’s founder and creator of Motché, Carole Fraresso is inspired by pre-Columbian civilizations. These earrings are therefore inspired by elements of the Viru culture (300 BC – 300 AD). While each one is decorated with a disc, only one is embellished with a Chavin element in the shape of a snake’s head – a sacred animal connecting men with the world below, i.e. the ancestors. Light and pure, this ear jewel moves to the rhythm of the wearer and creates a bewitching melody.


As a specialist of pre-Columbian art, Carole Fraresso incessantly explores the breathtaking beauty of the Andean ornaments in a bid to keep alive the know-how of the pre-Columbian period. She has also developed a unique jewelry journey in Peru: with her, you will discover the most exceptional collections of museums and chiefs’ tombs, as well as meet anthropologists, historians, etc. Find out more from the TFJP shop.


Recycled gold 18K

Dimensions : 4,2 cm x 2 cm

23 mm


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