Earrings Swing blue

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SWING earrings Inside the brushed ring is a 11 mm Lapis Lazuli ball. Lapis Lazuli known as hard stone of ...
  • Material : 750/1000 gold
  • Color : yellow and azure gold of Lapis Lazuli
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Earrings Swing blue

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SWING earrings Inside the brushed ring is a 11 mm Lapis Lazuli ball. The Lapis Lazuli known as hard stone since the Egyptians, Cleopatra was a fan, is used to reproduce eyes but especially this blue AZUR mysterious The ear hook is polished. The earrings are made in 750/1000 yellow gold weighing 3 gr

  • Type precision : 5155
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : No
  • Dimension : 4 x 2.4 cm
  • Stone : Lapis lazuli
  • Earring materials primer : 925 silver

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

750/1000 yellow gold

The cup forming the caldera was turned into an oak magnifying glass, which I then bleached. The sinuous edges are the natural edges of the piece of wood worked. The interior was then colored with alcoholic dyes to tint the wood without hiding the veining. The color gradient from red to light yellow represents the heat gradient in the crater. The three dark feet are rosewood. I wished they contrasted with the rest.

Jewel supplied with silicone pushers and sent in colissimo in a suitable box.

Craftsman

Anke cherche avant tout à créer des pièces toutes en légèreté et fluidité. Employant souvent du fil de métaux précieux, elle cherche à créer un volume visuel. Même les pièces travaillées en cire au départ sont ajourées, presque dentelées. Anke travaille la granulation, lui est transmise par une filière de famille étant dans le métier.. C'est une technique qui vient des Étrusques, les billes petites sont brasées sur une surface de métal pour lui donner une texture. Avec son expérience dans les ateliers Parisienne de la Joaillerie mélangé à ses origines scandinaves elle intègre dans ses pièces la modernité !