Earrings Coquelicots white and gold

Aurélie Lejeune Bijoux

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€55
Very pretty light and comfortable earrings. Give the impression of pretty flowers to the ears.
  • Material : Silver and vegetable polymer
  • Color : white and gold
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Earrings Coquelicots white and gold

Aurélie Lejeune Bijoux

€55

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This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.

Very pretty light and comfortable earrings. Give the impression of pretty flowers to the ears.

  • Type precision : 4854
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : Yes
  • Dimension : H4cm L1cm
  • Stone : Malachite
  • Earring materials primer : money

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

These earrings shaped poppies are vegetable polymer and silver.

Sculpture mounted to the pigeons (hollow) in sandstone. The colors are engobes "house", laid raw / oxide juice A need 2 cooking. High temperature cooking, in electric oven.

Do not soak in water. Designed by hand in the workshop, these pieces can be subject to slight variations in shape, weight

Craftsman

Keeping a taste for sculpture, Aurélie Lejeune works her jewelry as such with several techniques and materials. Fixing its forms by drawing, it constructs the jewel with subtractive techniques from a block of wax that serves to produce a mold or additive method by welding the metal in particular. Composed of noble materials (gold, silver), it also works by modeling an innovative range from a natural resin that offers resistance and a smooth appearance to the ceramic. It is through these know-how and various materials that Aurélie Lejeune has forged a world filled with textures and vegetal or organic forms, which give to his jewels a look sometimes precious and delicate, sometimes more fantasy and colored, but definitely contemporary.