Catherine Michiels

Ringo necklace Let it be silver and sapphires and ebony - Catherine Michiels

Catherine Michiel Ringo Pendant Necklaces en money et saphirs blue, let it be hammered and cut by hand.
Worn on necklace wood Ebony.
Cross of medium size inspired by the Templar cross. Inlay of sapphires and engraving "Let it be".
Dimensions: 30 mm

Also available withadjustable black rope link or silk tie to tie itself (contact us)
Available in bronze on this site and in yellow gold with white diamonds (contact us).

A message from LESSisRARE:

"The magic power of three simple words gathered! Repeating them as a mantra sounds like a song is a simple and powerful rule to remind you to live your life simply. Stop coping, and let yourself go, trust what the universe holds. A certain sense of peace will fill you when you finally manage to let yourself go. "

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Catherine Michiels is an accomplished jewelry designer who combines this talent with her connection to the spiritual world.
Catherine Michiels first learned the art of jewelery at the Brussels Institute of Arts and Crafts and then studied diamond gemology and classification at the prestigious Superior School of the Diamond High Council in Antwerp.

As a Reiki Master, Catherine Michiels' creations transcend jewelery and art. The pieces of his collections are symbols of aesthetics and spiritual awakening for a clientele that is among the elite of Hollywood. Catherine also expresses the true passions of her life. His nomadic travels and his freedom of spirit are present in all his achievements. Each piece symbolizes his experience and his intention.

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