Bernard Delettrez

Articulated ring in bronze - Bernard Delettrez

Rings articulated stitch
Weight bronze: 8,4 gr
This ring of the creator Bernard Delettrez is articulated in two pieces for ease of movement. Having a slightly narrower diameter at the base, this ring will fit perfectly to the second phalanx of your finger.
Ideally worn on the middle finger or the ring finger.
Unique size. This ring is adjustable, however, make sure to widen or tighten it gently.
This articulated ring Bernard Delettrez is Hand-made and to order in his Italian workshops.
Cleaning with Marseille soap or toothpaste and toothbrush. Dry with a soft cloth.

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"This mesh looks like lace! An extremely feminine and delicate jewel! "

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Bernard Delettrez: amazing, strong and striking jewels. A real break in the market; something rare and unique!
In 2010, Bernard Delettrez creates his own eponymous jewelery for an eclectic and open-minded clientele. His taste for the avant-garde is the only constant in his quest for a perpetual search for the sublime and the rare.

Bernard Delettrez has lived several lives and can be seen in his latest collections. First of all a great jeweler's experience, involving a drastic selection of the most beautiful metals and the most beautiful stones. Then tribal inspirations from his many travels, men and vanities. Inspiration from this world and inspired by his own experience. And finally luxury, luxury at the confluence of glam and rock,
international cosmopolitanism and the underground.

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