Pavone Paris jewelery is made using ancient techniques specific to the artisanal work of galalith, bakelite and lucite.
Galalith is the most used material in the creation of Pavone jewelry. It is composed from the caseïne of milk hence its name, “gala” (milk) and lithos (stone). Discovered at the end of the 19th century, it is the ancestor of plastics. The work of the galalith is similar to the work of wood for cutting and sanding but also requires different phases of polishing to give it a shiny and silky appearance. The galalith has the immense interest of coloring itself in an infinite palette of bright or soft shades, light or dark.
Each jewel is entirely handmade and requires several weeks of artwork. The creation of Pavone jewelry began more than 20 years ago, with trends and styles mixing the old and the contemporary. The jewelry qualified as ” special ” on these pages is the illustration and is similar to the “vintage” jewelry of the 80s-90s.
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