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Designer Jewelry by Celine Daoust
Fusing symbolism, nature, and the universe, Celine Daoust pieces are rich with meaning and intricate detail. Each piece by Celine Daoust has a delicate, light and airy design to it that is contrasted with powerful meaning. There is an attention to detail in Celine Daoust jewelry that brings forward the personality and spirituality of each piece. Talismanic and sparkling, Celine Daoust jewelry seems almost from another era, something about it is so precious and sacred and tells a story reminiscent of travels between different cultures.
Frequently Asked Questions About Celine Daoust Jewelry
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FAQ: Where Is Celine Daoust Jewelry Made?
Celine Daoust travels to Jaipur to collaborate with Indian craftsmen to create her jewelry, each piece made by hand in 14K yellow gold. Designer jewelry by Celine Daoust relies on the close and personal relationship between her and each craftsmen, with the goal of highlighting ancestral Indian craftsmanship. Paris and Brussels are the main locations that Celine Daoust lives and designs each piece.
FAQ: What Stones Does Celine Daoust Use In Her Jewelry?
Tourmalines and gray diamonds are Celine Daoust’s favorite stones to design her pieces around. Each piece of jewelry takes shape and changes in design when these stones with one-of-a-kind qualities are introduced, manifesting a sense of flexibility in the design process. Celine Daoust jewelry purposely highlights stones that are imperfect and vary in color and inclusions due to their unique beauty.
FAQ: Where Does Inspiration Come From for Celine Daoust Jewelry?
Celine Daoust pulls inspiration from celestial motifs that can be seen throughout her pieces as well as the healing properties of stones, specifically tourmaline and gray diamonds. To highlight and enhance each stones power Celine Daoust engraved rays radiating outward from the stone.