My first treasures I think were those leaves I picked up in the park and gave to my mother. Later I saw Hans Silvester's pictures where men in Ethiopia crowned themselves with leaves, flowers and all the plants they could find. Ephemeral, fragile jewels.
Here the Tuareg craftsmen came to create from my drawing a silver and bronze bracelet, they are two leaves, one in silver and the other in bronze. They answer each other around the wrist, adjust themselves. It is a small bouquet to wear.
This bracelet of 6 grams was entirely hand made by a Tuareg craftsman. It is made of bronze and recycled solid silver. Its diameter is 6.5cm, the patterns measure 3 and 2 cm in length, it is easily adjustable and fits all wrist sizes.
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