Delphine Nardin “Crab Claw” bracelet

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Delphine Nardin was once an archaeologist, which explains her passion for objects marked with the patina of time, those that connect to other experiences. In her “Empreintes” collection, the vestiges of the sea become decorative elements.

 

On this bracelet, the crab claw is “printed” in silver. We perceive the slightest imperfection of its relief… Sublime and abstract, it is extended by a very fine rush.

 

Unique piece ref. 15AB05 – Made in France (Paris)

925 silver (15 gr) and 18K gold (10.5 gr)

Inner dimension: 5.6 cm x 4.6 cm

Claw width: 1.6 cm

Bracelet diameter: 3 mm

 

Article about Delphine Nardin : Impressions and sea glass

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