Adeline Cacheux “Delicate Arch” hoop earrings

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Trained at the École Boulle, Parisian designer Adeline Cacheux does not draw her jewelry: she sculpts it directly at her workbench. Inspired by architecture, she juggles with balls, links, circles, and so on. The purity of the design echoes the colour schemes of the various precious metals.

 

The “Delicate Arch” hoop earrings are typical of Adeline Cacheux’s work: the two-tone pieces are formed by an assembly of geometric shapes combined with a play on proportions.

 

Ref. Da-07 – Made in France (Paris)

Silver 925 (6,2 gr) and 18K gold (1 gr)

Height : 3 cm / Width : 2,3 cm

 

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