Pendant Pétale Simple Pink and Celadon Green - Collection Envolée de pétales

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€80
Envolée Collection of Petals. Pendant composed of 1 piece of enamelled copper with jewels enamels and inlays of silver wire ...
  • Material : Jewelery enamels on copper with silver inlay
  • Color : Transparent old rose and celadon green
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Pendant Pétale Simple Pink and Celadon Green - Collection Envolée de pétales

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€80

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Envolée Collection of Petals. Pendant composed of 1 enameled copper coin with jewels enamels and inlays of silver threads. Finish with a chain silver mesh 925, 45 cm, and spring ring clasp.

  • Type precision : Red Horse Point Finish
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Dimension : Pendant: Approximately 5.5 cm high and 3.3 cm wide
  • Stone : Zircon

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Enamel "jeweler" is a glass product used by goldsmiths and jewelers, and appreciated for its purity and brilliance close to the crystal. The intensity of its colors and durability come from successive baking in a 850/900 degree oven.

Soaring Petals. To remain unique, each piece ordered is created to measure respecting the same execution protocol of the presented model - Handmade, subject to the magic of fire, your jewel can therefore have differences from the photo, not contractual .

Handmade piece in the Val d'Oise (France) - Unique piece.

Craftsman

It is in the heart of equatorial Africa where Anne lived for 20 years, that her senses, her curiosity and her imagination were exacerbated. Marked by the bewitching power of colors, smells, sounds and flavors, her journey has continued to lead her to areas of creativity. Email sprinkled dry or mixed with water, his apprehension of the material is free. Like a watercolourist, she plays with fire hazard on enamel and copper, as with that of water pigmented on paper. Anne deposits, distributes, observes, guides, tames. It favors transparent enamels to reveal the essence of glass and the oxidation of copper, thus inviting the eye to plunge into a universe of nitescences, stigmata and signs.