Lapel pin POISSON d'AVRIL

anke-creation

€160
Fish of April This fish clings on a lapel of jacket and gives a small more. His eye is a green Tourmaline of 4 mm set in the mass. ...
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  • Material : Silver 925/1000
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  • Color : Silver brushed and polished
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Lapel pin POISSON d'AVRIL

anke-creation

€160

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Fish of April This fish clings on a lapel of jacket and gives a small more. His eye is a green Tourmaline of 4 mm set in the mass. The rod in 12:10 of mm is welded behind which allows to insert it in a garment, jacket lapel for example and to close with the pellet from behind, it is possible to bring the pellet to the garment to the desired distance.

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  • Type personnalisé : with other stones possible
  • Type : Pièce en petite série
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Accroche : stem 1.2 mm, length 12 mm after pattern
  • Dimension : 2 x 1.5 x 05 cm
  • Pierre : Tourmaline
  • Matériaux d'appret : spring pellet for silver metal pins

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Silver 925/1000

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Sculpture made from assembling pieces of recovery from light fixtures or antique furniture, copper and brass, sometimes bronze ...

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Delivery by me in Ile-de-France, by Colissimo beyond

Craftsman

Anke cherche avant tout à créer des pièces toute en légèreté. Employant souvent du fil de métaux précieux, elle cherche à créer un volume visuel. Même les pièces travaillées en cire au départ sont ajourées, presque dentelées. Anke travaille la granulation, lui est transmise par sa génération précédente. C'est une technique qui vient des Étrusques, les billes petites sont brasées sur une surface de métal pour lui donner une texture. Avec son expérience dans les ateliers de la Joaillerie elle intègre dans ses pièces la modenité !