Hair clip Verre filé et plumes

Cendrine M. Fileuse de Verre

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€30
Silver hair pin length 65mm Green alabaster spun glass cabochon with yellow-orange-red embossed dots. Natural feathers
  • Material : Glass Effect-Natural Feathers-Silver Metal
  • Color : Green-Yellow-Red Orange
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Hair clip Verre filé et plumes

Cendrine M. Fileuse de Verre

€30

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

Silver hair pin length 65mm Green alabaster spun glass cabochon with yellow-orange-red embossed dots. Natural feathers

  • Type personnalisé : Parisian apple spoon-Melon spoon-Fruit spoon
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Pierre : Améthyste

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Unique piece, this bar, real gem of head, is the perfect accessory to bring a chic and bohemian touch to your party or everyday hairstyles!

3 assorted glass beads: 1 antique ivory round bead with dark blue and turquoise dots and / or 1 small transparent turquoise glass bead / 1 antique ivory round bead with stretched dots line. Beads are baked at 500 ° C.

This model can be made in other colors, do not hesitate to contact the designer for any customization request!

Craftsman
Cendrine M. Fileuse de Verre

Nestled in her workshop in the heart of the Beaujolais golden stones, Cendrine M. spins the glass with the flame of her torch. With a color chart of hundreds of transparent glass rods, pastels, opalins, filigranes, ... she shapes glass beads which she then assembles into fine, colorful and luminous jewels. But what she likes above all is to find her pearls surprising destinations so that their uniqueness, precious and contemporary sublime any small object of everyday life: it slips on paper cups, balls Tea, knitting needles, bottle openers, Parisian spoons, stylets etc. In parallel, in a more playful approach this designer also realizes delicious and poetic staged miniatures entirely made of glass parts spun with the blowtorch.