Earrings Synergie noir et or

Aurélie Lejeune Bijoux

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€35
Lovely earrings, delicate and original.
  • Material : silver and vegetable polymer
  • Color : Black and gold
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Earrings Synergie noir et or

Aurélie Lejeune Bijoux

€35

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

Lovely earrings, delicate and original.

  • Type precision : 4854
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : Yes
  • Dimension : 0.5 cm in diameter
  • Earring materials primer : money

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Earrings made of black vegetable polymer and gilded with a golden enamel. The straps and strollers are silver.

Needle pleating, ligation and hand dyeing inspired by a shibori technique. Made in the workshop in Lyon, France, from unbleached silk.

The items are delicate and fragile. They are not washable with water. They wash themselves dry in a good dyer. Folds do not iron, but other surfaces can be ironed without steam. Items may be slightly different in their characteristics. These differences are inevitable given the artisanal nature of their manufacture. Our workshop can take care of cleaning and replant parts. Quotation on request. Shipping followed in France, Europe and International.

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.