Skip to content
CUSTOMER SERVICE : +33 (0)1 84 60 50 35
CUSTOMER SERVICE : +33 (0)1 84 60 50 35
The new jewelers-creators of 58 Facettes

The new jewelers-creators of 58 Facettes

Each week new creators come to enrich the site 58 Facettes to allow the public to discover new talents or more established designers. All offer a different universe, but with a common denominator: made in France!

Confirmed creators

Patrice Fabre: With two De Beers Diamonds Awards, Patrice Fabre has always chosen innovation as a common thread. Its “Concrete” line has revolutionized jewelry by associating gold-reinforced concrete with diamonds. He wanted to decline this line on silver allowing to offer a mixed jewelry offer. Her bracelets may or may not be adorned with princess-cut diamonds, just like the ring or the ring. A contemporary jeweler with strong creations and unchanging style.
Concrete bangle bracelet on yellow gold - Patrice Fabre on 58 Facettes
Silver ring with squares and agate - Martin Spreng on 58 Facettes
Martin Spreng: Cabinetmaker by training, Martin Spreng quickly became interested in jewelry for its delicacy and precision of execution. He naturally chose to combine precious woods such as ebony, but also atypical stones such as iron eye or lapis lazuli to create tie jewelry. On his rings, he works patinas or digs imprints like small lunar craters. A tactile jewelry full of poetry.
Yannick Mur : true artist and weaver of gold and silver thread, Yannick Mur has been spotted by many international museums such as the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art or the Takashimaya Osaka. The designer plays with superimpositions of square and round shapes while creating contrasts with gold and silver threads. The designer, keen on dance, has created the Perfect collection taking shape with great flexibility and playing on a precious and perpetual movement.
Perfect bracelet yellow gold and silver - Yannick Mur on the fact 58 Facettes

Young emerging brands

Pavé Turban Ring - Maison Veyret on the fact 58 Facettes
Maison Veyret : The young brand already has everything of a great: Anouck Veyret, gemologist, wanted to create a brand surrounded by the best workshops in France. Her Masterpiece, the Sari Grand Soir cuff, is inspired by the solar jewelry that women wear in New Caledonia, her country of origin. The rays of the sun, depicted on the cuff, are illuminated with diamonds and a pearl pattern. Many versions of bracelets and rings take the shape of a heart, stylized in a V, a true signature of the Veyret brand.
Cardège: The designer Léa Friedrich, passionate about history, received in 2017, the 1st prize of the Heritage competition for a necklace inspired by Neolithic pottery. “The Cardège jewel is a heritage, that of the origins of the world, drawn from the heart of nature to reveal the very essence of humanity”. Thus, his Ocean pendant is inspired by a sea wave in vermeil, a material already mentioned in Homer's Odyssey, where his bark earrings remind us of the olive tree, a symbolic and mythological tree.
Solar Wave Pendant - Cardège on 58 Facettes
Sara ring - Lanka by DMJ on the fact 58 Facettes
Lanka By DMJ : Originally, it is a story of passion for gems that brought together a mother and her daughter. Coming from a large family of lapidaries and merchants from Place Vendôme, Marion Jeantet and her daughter Diane created the brand Lanka By DMJ. Playing on the cheerful colors of stones such as tourmalines, tanzanites or mandarin garnets, they create ready-to-wear everyday jewelry. Jewels to indulge yourself as a joyful colorthotherapy!

 

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

Cover photo: "Décalée Petite" ring - Martin Spreng

Previous Article Citrine, stone of the month for November