Jewellery 

Bernard Chauveau Publisher is pleased to present its new jewelry editions in limited series made by contemporary artists and designers.

These necklaces are the last works by the artist. They are original and unique creations that opened up a new field of experimentation in her practice.
Fascinated by propellers, their simplicity and movement, François Azambourg creates a new sophisticated ring.
The ‘stitch and glue’ technique is used in marine carpentry enabling the joining and shaping of flat surfaces. Transposing this construction approach to the scale of her own handcrafted work, F. Langlois experiments with an assemblage that combines mechanical quality with ornamental value.
Flies, fishing bait, are captured while flying and dress up hands, becoming jewellery.
Cette bague en laiton brossé se tord sur elle-même, d’un mouvement doux et élégant…
In this project, designer François Azambourg was pleased to bring back the classic "macaroni necklace", but in sterling silver, effectively transforming it into a resolutely precious object.
In this project, designer François Azambourg was pleased to bring back the classic "macaroni necklace", but in sterling silver, effectively transforming it into a resolutely precious object.
From a square formed by six regular rectangles, the artist has explored all the possibilities silver offers to play with light on its surface.
The collection of jewellery Geometry opposes the fragility of skin and the force of solid metal.
The collection of jewellery Geometry opposes the fragility of skin and the force of solid metal.
This piece of jewellery is built using forms often used by the artist: the square, interlacing, joins and crosses.
This necklace is made of a chain that twirls elegantly, creating an original pattern.
A bracelet of which the silver ribbon goes around the wrist and back of the hand three times, it interleaves, enlaces…
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