France Thierard

Santa Croce smoked quartz cross pendant - France Thierard

Large Palazzo cross in smoked quartz mounted on silver gilded with fine gold and chain of labradorite stones from the Venezia collection.
Height: 5 cm
Width: 3,5 cm
Chain length: 80 cm

Possibility to wear this necklace in short version (2 laps) or long version.

Also available in rock crystal and clear smoked quartz.


A message from LESSisRARE:

"Sublime smoked quartz cross from the magnificent Venezia collection, the lakeside city where there is, on each Campo, the refuge of a Church. Large smoked quartz, emerald cut, the beauty of beautiful stones. A unique and rare jewel to wear in long version or short necklace doubling the chain! "

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France Thierard creates very feminine jewelry by playing with shapes and stones. For 9 years now, this designer has been inspired by Venice, where she now lives after having worked for 13 years at the Comédie Française.

The collection that we present here bears the name of the Serenissima, Venezia, source of eternal inspirations.

The Ronald Pineau accessories collection is a line of belts, bracelets, ties and necklaces, all made from raw and natural leathers. The pieces are covered with studs and diamond-etched cabochons, swarovski crystal set or covered with giant double zippers.

This line is “Made in France” and inspired by the rock culture and movements of the 60s, 70s and early 80s. Ronald Pineau is also a DJ and plays English rock, indie and electro-rock, mods and post-punk.

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