Moritz Glik “Kaleidoscope” pendant on a chain

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Born in Brazil, Moritz Glik lives in New York where he makes his neokinetic jewelry. His leitmotiv: to lock precious stones in a transparent cage. Sensitive to the slightest movement, his tourmalines, sapphires or emeralds incessantly twirl, clash and sparkle.

 

In this round sapphire crystal case, shards of diamonds of different shapes move to the rhythm of the person wearing the jewel. A freedom of movement that’s bound to arouse curiosity…

 

 

Made in NYC – Ref. N975

Gold and diamonds (1.5 carat)

Chain: 44 cm

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