Earrings Collection Blumen - Pistils 1

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Fine china beads handcrafted, and mounted with 925 silver finishes.
  • Material : Raw porcelain and 925 silver
  • Color : Matt white
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Earrings Collection Blumen - Pistils 1

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Fine china beads handcrafted, and mounted with 925 silver finishes.

  • Type precision : Bread plate, frog on porcelain lotus leaf
  • Type : Limited series
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Clip : Yes
  • Dimension : 1.2cm in diameter, L4cm, weight 16gr
  • Stone : Zircon
  • Earring materials primer : 925 silver

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Porcelain and silver earrings. Made in Corrèze.

The Blumen collection was born from the contemplation of the plant world. Each pearls are hand-made, cooked at 1300 ° in a gas oven. After baking and finishing work, these beads are mounted on 925 silver finishes.

Each jewelery is delivered in a packaging of its own.

Craftsman

Aurore Baleton's work is divided into 2 distinct aspects. On the one hand, she works the jewel by mixing porcelain and silver, and on the other hand, she works the object and its use by elaborating a line of crockery, Usuels. Aurore Baleton's jewelry is strongly inspired by the vegetable and mineral world, and is often born following a walk or a contemplation of nature. She photographs, picks, collects ... and recreates those "little pieces of nature" made of porcelain that, once mixed with silver, become real jewels. With the Usuals, Aurore Baleton works in a less instinctive way, she seeks the delicate balance between purity, use, sobriety and ergonomics to create subtle objects with the simplest forms. Mastering several techniques, she uses both turning, plate work, stamping, pouring, plant dipping ...