“Balanced variations” pendant, Elé Karela

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Influenced by Art Deco, the Greek designer Elé Karela works on geometric shapes, with a predilection for triangles and octagons, which she assembles and interweaves to create jewelry with labyrinthine motifs.

 

The pendant is Elé Karela’s favorite jewel. Here, she plays with scales and shifts of focus. Thanks to diamonds and lapis lazuli, she also alternates space and form.

 

18K yellow gold and white gold

Diamonds

Sapphires

Lapis lazuli 3.10 carats

 

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Elé Karela, labyrinthine figures

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