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€225
925 silver ring with broken mirrors. It can be ordered with uncracked mirrors, but the resulting light show is more ...
  • Material : 925 silver and mirror
  • Color : Money
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Ring Brise d'Argent

Katell Leclaire

€225

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925 silver ring with broken mirrors. It can be ordered with uncracked mirrors, but the resulting play of light is more interesting. Please tell customer service if you prefer them unbroken.

  • Type precision : Keep us running for finger size
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Adjustable : Yes
  • Stone : Hematite

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

925 silver and mirrors.

It is an ecological concern that pushes me here to recover and reuse the scrap wood in order to achieve new objects. It is a process of valorization of what can be considered by industry as a "waste".

Shipping in metropolitan France.

Craftsman

Katell creates contemporary jewelry in unique pieces and limited series, from 100% recycled silver. Thanks to her training in jewelery in London, she works particularly noble materials such as recycled silver and gold (to contribute to the ethical sector, given the damage caused by the metal ores industry), fine stones (jasper, inclusions rock crystal, opal, pyrite, zincite crystal are some examples) sometimes rough when they have a free and interesting form. It mixes these materials with organic materials such as fossils or wood, then synthetic materials like blown glass to create a certain contrast, give color, and make its parts richer. Her inspiration comes from the organic and geometric forms of nature and sculpture, and she likes to play with the contrast of finishes and shapes, mix materials and techniques, and asymmetry.