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€135
Gatsby earrings in sterling silver 925 °. Sleeping earrings.
  • Material : Money
  • Color : Money
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Earrings Gatsby

Patricia Deparis

€135

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Gatsby earrings in sterling silver 925 °. Sleeping earrings.

  • Type precision : Earrings
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : Yes
  • Dimension : 1.2cm in diameter, L4cm, weight 16gr
  • Stone : Chrysocolla
  • Earring materials primer : Money

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Sterling silver earrings 925 °.

The "Gatsby" collection is inspired by the New York skyscraper "Chrysler Building" by American architect William Van Alen in a Decorative Art style. Patricia Deparis jewels are made of silver, gold, or other materials depending on the collection, limited edition or single piece. Each piece of jewelery is finished and finished by hand with the utmost care, giving each piece a unique character. The jewelry is handmade in my workshop in Saint-Maur, they are likely small differences because of their craftsmanship.

The earrings are shipped with the greatest care in a jewel box adapted to the piece. Each box is carefully packaged in a gift package.

Craftsman

The jewelry creation activity Patricia Deparis is not only her profession but also, and above all, a real passion, linked to the process of creation of the jewel, as well as its manual aspect. Being an architect of interior of formation, this field inspires it particularly and it seeks above all to create minimalist and purified forms, although the nature, and its more complex structures, remain an inexhaustible and essential source of inspiration in its creations. Patricia works mainly with silver, an easy-to-shape metal that opens up a much wider creative field than other precious metals. His workshop is located in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés, in the Val de Marne.