“90 Degrés” rings in bronze, Mathias Kiss x Dangleterre

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For these three beautiful rings made with jewelry designer Ségolène Dangleterre, Mathias Kiss has adapted his artistic practices to the demands of miniaturization. He metamorphoses the cornice, one of his pet decorative elements, into square and layered bronze rings. One is wide, the other thinner. The cornice also extends beyond the classical form: broken and discontinuous, it snakes at right angles, forming a third ring on two fingers.

 

This collaboration was no accident: before being a designer of jewelry and especially highly colorful rings in XXL volumes, Ségolène Dangleterre first worked in design and communication. She has worked with Mathias Kiss for several years.

 

Bronze

Available in silver

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