This description has been automatically translated and may not be completely accurate.
€80
Very pretty earrings, poetic, light and comfortable.
  • Material : Silver and vegetable polymer
  • Color : Black and gold
See more ›
Available in concept store
Available immediately
The dispatch time is 3 day(s)
Shipping : from €6 (France)
On order
The dispatch time is 10 day(s)
Shipping : from €6 (France)
Add to cart

Earrings Nénuphar

Aurélie Lejeune

€80

Select quantities

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

Very pretty earrings, poetic, light and comfortable.

  • Type precision : 5155
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : No
  • Dimension : 4 cm long and the petals are about 1 cm wide
  • Earring materials primer : money

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

These earrings in the shape of water lilies are vegetable polymer and silver.

Inspired by cartoons, the rabbit sketches a bow with his ear slightly folded and seems ready to jump on the track in his powdery pink tutu.

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

Craftsman

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

Keeping a first taste for sculpture, Aurélie Lejeune works her jewelry as such with several techniques and materials. Fixing its forms by drawing, she builds the jewel with subtractive techniques from a block of wax which is used to produce a mold or by additive method by welding the metal in particular. Composing with noble materials (gold, silver), she also works by modeling an innovative range from a natural resin which offers resistance and a softness of aspect specific to ceramics. It is through these various skills and materials that Aurélie Lejeune has forged a universe imbued with plant and organic textures and forms, which give her jewelry a sometimes precious and delicate look, sometimes more fancy and colorful, but certainly contemporary.