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56 ... 57 ...58 Facettes : The jewelery pop-up store is launched!

56 ... 57 ...58 Facettes : The jewelery pop-up store is launched!

With great relief, the first pop-up store 58 Facettes open their doors. The opportunity for you to meet on site 13 jewelers and their creations made in France. Gifts for the holidays, favorites or tailor-made creations, many options are available to you. Let's go in preview to discover the creators and their jewelry universe.

Symbolic jewelry

Agathe Saint-Girons evokes the changing world through its Revolution ring. Mounted on a rail, the fine colored stones and diamonds slide in a very tactile way, following the movements, like a celestial body evolving around its planet.
Rings REVOLUTION - Agathe Saint Girons on 58 Facettes
L'Amour pendant - LAH on 58 Facettes
Lah is the anagram of the first name of the designer's children. This filial love has metamorphosed into jewelry with messages like the L'Amour pendant, which carries all the brand's DNA. Made on vermeil, words such as kiss, surround, embrace are engraved all around a medal in the shape of a spiral reaching the central motif of a heart.
Atelier Mallez imagined an Isora flower to soften our world. Between the shapes of a peony, a camellia and a rose, the designer Isabelle Ducellier-Mallez, who mainly makes bespoke jewelry, unveils a preview of her first Isora ready-to-wear collection in gold openwork and recycled.
Isora Collection - Atelier Mallez on 58 Facettes

An invitation to travel

Hatchepsout ring - FLAV Paris on 58 Facettes
FLAV invokes the Egyptian queens with his Hatshepsut ring, adorned with a diamond cut like a pyramid. This majestic ring is hand carved in wax by the designer, then cast into gold, as the Egyptians created jewelry in antiquity.
Emylian invites us to dive back in time to the Art Nouveau era with its Floral ring. The designer Audrey Barbier gives a second life to old jewels by transforming them like this motif with a fine pearl that adorned a man's tie and metamorphosed into a ring with a bit of poetic lily of the valley.
Floral Ring - Emylienne on 58 Facettes
Pendant - Anne Bourat on 58 Facettes
Anne Bourat immerses us in La Fontaine's Fables with this pendant inspired by The city rat and the field rat. Whether you are a city dweller today or living in the countryside, this unique pendant features a rock crystal engraved with the silhouette of this clever rodent who also inspired Walt Disney. A sprig of wheat is adorned with 7 shuttle emeralds mounted on yellow gold and silver.

Colored stones: a real colorthotherapy

Nature offers us an unsuspected variety of gemological colors.

Grape ring - Tiber Joaillerie on the fact 58 Facettes
Tiber Joaillerie presents us his Grain de Raisin Ring, with its duo of spinel colors evoking the grape, typical of his polychrome universe which can be found in all the jewels created in his workshop.
Manal Paris offers us a magnificent tourmaline with a delicate pink evoking a "Rose of Damascus". The ring reinterprets the square shapes of Art Deco while creating a lacework of gold and diamonds.
Rose de Damas ring - Manal Paris on 58 Facettes
Ring composition - Emmanuelle d'Ortoli on 58 Facettes
Emmanuelle d'Ortoli has selected shades of green sapphires and tourmalines, combined with white or cognac diamonds. Prong set or bezel set, the rings can be worn as you wish in a combination of colors or shapes.
Tropical Thursday offers a beautiful palette of fine stones on her earrings: multicolored spinels, blue London topazes or tanzanites. Called Pixel 2, the square-shaped stones are mounted side by side like a pixelated image with chromatic effects.
Pixel 2 earrings - Tropical Thursday on the fact 58 Facettes

The diamond in all its facets

Filles en Or on the fact 58 Facettes
Filles en Or wishes to astonish us with its Solitaire necklace, adorned with pierced diamonds. With a unique process, the diamonds are laser drilled and seem to float in the air as if by magic. A jewel that is both contemporary and delicate, the diamond illuminates with its minimalist purity.
Karine Chedid also uses the drilled diamond process for its Bastille bracelet. The champagne-colored diamond is attached to the twisted chain, like a tassel moving with the movements. A way to advocate freedom by breaking the chains and reinventing jewelry.
Bastille bracelet - Karine Chedid on 58 Facettes
Alliance - Léopol on 58 Facettes
Leopol offers us as a finale a wedding band playing on the alternation of diamonds of different sizes, which gives it a contemporary side with an inverted claw setting. Crafted like gold lace, the wedding band showcases precious stones, sourced in the heart of the diamond capital of Antwerp.


Article written by Kyra Brenzinger - Editor-in-chief.

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