Catherine Michiels

Silver and sapphire cross David pendant - Catherine Michiels

Pendant necklaces Large cross of David silver by Catherine Michiels set with sapphires. Of Coptic inspiration of Ethiopian origin; once adopted, it will be with you for the rest of your life.
Dimension: 5 cm x 7 cm, Weight: 3 gr
La David cross is delivered on a adjustable black rope tie. It can also be worn as a charm on a colored silk bracelet on the wrist. 
It also exists in bronze on this site with black diamonds or in yellow gold  with champagne diamonds (contact us).

LESSISRARE's word:

"Trendy jewel that always has a story to tell. Can be worn indifferently for men or women. Catherine Michiels, a true unique concept in the jewelery market."
8 12-days
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Free shipping in metropolitan France.
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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 jewelry at the Institute of Arts and Crafts in Brussels and then studied gemology and diamond classification at the prestigious Higher School of the Diamond Council in Antwerp.


As a reiki master, Catherine Michiels' creations transcend jewelry and art. The pieces in its collections are symbols of aesthetics and spiritual awakening for a clientele that counts among them the elite of Hollywood. Catherine also expresses the true passions of her life. His nomadic journeys and his freedom of mind are present in all his achievements. Each piece symbolizes his experience and his intention.

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