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€995
What makes the charm of this cuff is the effect of lace that is drawn by the work of openwork fully fashioned in May.
  • Material : Polished silver
  • Color : Money
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Headline Spring II

Juliette Taktouk

€995

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What makes the charm of this cuff is the lace effect that is created by the work of fully crafted by hand. The latter brings on the one hand an unstructured aspect to the room with its empty spaces, its hollows still moving, but it also maintains a harmony through the regularity of the silver line which is drawn there with coherence and fluidity. The delicate aspect of the bracelet is underlined by the polish of the jewel which softens it and makes it sparkle. Each piece is unique and designed in solid silver. The master's mark is affixed to it.

  • Type personnalisé : Tea Cup without handle (0.3Litres)
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Réglable : Yes
  • Hauteur : 3
  • Pierre : Améthyste, Cornaline , Tourmaline

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Fashion accessory.

Vase turned to stoneware potter's wheel. The enamels come from personal research and are composed of natural minerals.

This bracelet will be delivered with its certificate of authenticity in its box ready to be offered or worn.

Craftsman

Le bijou touche à la sphère de l’intime. Ce qui m’intéresse, au travers de mes pièces, c’est de susciter l’émotion, l’étonnement, et la réflexion de celui qui regarde, de le faire vibrer. Pour moi, le bijou doit être investi d’un pouvoir hallucinatoire qui entre en résonance avec le moi sensible. Loin des effets démonstratifs et des symboles conventionnels, j’ai préféré adopter une démarche minimaliste et crée des bijoux au design épuré et aux lignes franches. J’utilise le concret de la matière (le métal) pour exprimer des notions abstraites comme le mouvement, la fluidité, la lumière et son reflet, la couleur. Le travail sur les effets de matière me permet de traduire notamment tout un panel de couleurs. Dans mes bijoux, le vide a une place importante. Il devient paradoxalement motif à part entière.