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€83
"Dina" jewels delicately inspired from the fifties. Pearly glass pearls and sand corals for an ecological celebration of flowers.
  • Material : Brass, sand, pearly glass
  • Color : Red coral
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Brooch Dina perles

Stefano Poletti Bijoux

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"Dina" jewels delicately inspired from the fifties. Pearly glass beads and sand corals for an ecological celebration of the seabed.

  • Type precision : children over 3 years old
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Grip : A nomadic flower
  • Dimension : H 9 cm x W 5 cm
  • Stone : Garnet
  • Materials primer : spring pellet for silver metal pins

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Brass, sand, pearly glass.

Born in 1988 and graduated from Ecole Boulle, Florence ADAM has always drawn inspiration from the Arts Nouveau and Japonisme, with a predilection for the plant world. It is the work around the light and its impact on the reworked metal surface that interests it. She dose the bright (shiny) parts so that everything is harmonious and, above all, gives off a feeling of life. It is very important for her that the eye does not remain static in front of her works, so that they give the impression that the subject, always vegetal, is in full evolution, in full growth ... In short, a little questioning, dreams and escape! His goal is to see nature differently, thanks to an original point of view combined with a particular luminosity and its influences.

Delivered in colissimo recommended by the Post office. Packed in its gift package. No maintenance.

Craftsman

With a rich imagination and creativity, a richness and variety of styles, Stefano Poletti works with materials as diverse as burnt wood, metal wire, plexiglass, Venetian mirror, semi-precious stones, glass beads. Murano ... His pleasure is above all the matter. He likes to move from one style to another, He loves challenges. His creations, very diverse and sometimes confusing, are always full of delicacy and poetry. His creations speak of the vegetable and the mineral. The winter mists, the flowers, the aquatic world, inspire his creations. The process often starts with earrings, a ring and often ends in an object. The craftsmanship of his work gives soul and uniqueness to his creations. Nothing is fixed. The lightness and transparency obtained by the taming of matter through a spontaneous gesture, reveal the magic of creation: a treasure that tells a story, opens the door to a new dream ...