Delphine Nardin “Sea Glass” pendants

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The designer Delphine Nardin discovered frosted glass on the beaches of Cotentin. These are fragments of bottles and jars, polished by the power of the waves. They radiate a particular glow, their faded colours carrying the memory of the passing of time. Frosted glass is now her favorite material.   Each glass is unique and frosted. This one evokes a piece of candy. Embraced by a gold thread, it has evolved into an extremely light pendant.   Unique piece ref. 10AB01 – Made in France (Paris) 18K gold (1 gr) and green sea glass. Total weight: 7 gr Dimension : 7.3 cm x 2.2 cm, thickness : 1.5 cm   18K gold (1 gr) and white sea glass. Total weight: 10.3 gr Dimension : 4.6 cm x 1.5 cm, thickness 1.1 cm   Article about Delphine Nardin : Impressions and sea glass

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