Regina Dabdab “Danse Moderniste” necklace

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Brazilian designer Regina Dabdab is based in Sao Paulo. Her work is based on blends of black tourmaline crude, pyrite or amethyst with energetic properties. They are interspersed with bleached corals, elements with organic shapes, driftwood. Each element is unique, as is each necklace.

 

The “Modernist Dance” necklace is made from 3 elements whose shape evokes bodies dancing.

 

Unique piece ref. AW1914

Pendant: gold plated metal bronze, pyrite and Corsican driftwood. Chain: gold plated metal bronze.

Dimension: 10 cm x 3 cm, chain 75 cm

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