Earrings HIMACHAL grandes créoles courbes

Sibylle Flouret

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€75
Earrings from the HIMACHAL collection. Made in Marseille with ♥ The collection "Himachal", is inspired by traditional jewelry ...
  • Material : Gold plated brass 1 micron / silver 925 passing
  • Color : Gold
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Earrings HIMACHAL grandes créoles courbes

Sibylle Flouret

€75

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Earrings from the HIMACHAL collection. Made in Marseille with ♥ The "Himachal" collection is inspired by traditional jewelry from northwestern India. The ancient techniques of the work of silver wire are revisited and give birth to adornments with simple and clean lines and delicate contrasts. Buckles, torques, creoles and rushes marry the body with delicacy, simplicity and elegance.

  • Type precision : Spice teapot
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : Yes
  • Dimension : Height: 7 cm
  • Stone : Zircon
  • Earring materials primer : 925 silver gold

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Earrings from the HIMACHAL collection. Large curved creole earrings. Forged in a 1.5 mm brass wire and gilded with 1 micron fine gold. The metal is worked to create a game of contrast and texture. Small +: The passer of the buckle is silver 925 to avoid allergies. Made in Marseille with ♥

Unique decor, hand painted using the traditional technique of porcelain painting. (Enamel cooked at 850 °).

Comes in a cardboard jewelry box.

Craftsman

In her workshop at Panier in Marseille, Sibylle Flouret creates unique pieces or small series in silver or brass gilded with fine gold. His past and dream travels inspire his creations, which take us to the shores of the Mediterranean, in the tropical forests of Brazil or in the mountains of northwestern India. The designer plays on contrasts and textures, tests and experiments with different materials. It is inspired by the beauty of nature's forms that it reinterprets and reinvents. All his pieces are made entirely in his studio. She cuts, saws, pierces, soda. The metals are drawn into wires, rolled into plates, forged. The wax is sometimes used. Sculpted, modeled, melted in places, it gives birth to more organic and irregular shapes that are then transformed into metal. The seeds and flowers she picks up and collects are melted in brass or silver and become eternal.