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GAS BIJOUX EARRING - Orphee

$350

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Earrings composed of three 24k gold plated drops and a mother-of-pearl in its centre. The inside and outside drops are adorned with mother-of-pearl beads.
Length: 8,5 cm - Width: 5,3 cm

Metal plated in 24 carat gold

Clasp: Pierced / Lever-back earrings

 


About the brand:
Creations so beautiful and elegant they’ve been worn by royalty.
Lady Diana wore Gas Bijoux’s ear rings on an outing in 1985.
Meghan Markle also wore Gas Bijoux’s Ondee ear rings in 2019.

 

The history of Gas Bijoux is invariably linked to that of a family. The first chapter was written at the end of the ‘60s, upon the canvas of Saint Tropez’s beaches. André Gas, a young artist from Marseille who had graduated from the Paris Beaux-Arts school, would stroll up and sell the lucky charms jewelry he made himself. Once again, this story unfolded under the sun.

The creations of André Gas continue to strive and his greatest success is surely having passed his energy, passion and curiosity down to his children, who joined him in the late ‘90s. Olivier Gas, Chief Executive Officer, regardfully preserves the exceptional and authentic image of Gas Bijoux, while developing the company to an international dimension. Under his wings, Gas Bijoux shows constant growth of over 300 of the world’s most exclusive department stores and boutiques.

Marie Gas, Creative Director, continue to deliver new and authentic designs while fusing the heritage root of Gas Bijoux. Her visions can be seen in every aspect of the Maison, from the exquisitely detailed interior decor of the boutiques, to the aesthetics of an ad campaign. She thus permeates the Marseille ateliers with inspiration, transmits color choices, shape ideas and paving the road that will carry the Maison into the future. From Marseille to Paris, these three alchemists associate their complementary talents to ensure the jewelry reflects the image of the House and its history: LUMINOUS AND WITHOUT EQUAL.

 

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