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Gaëla Rault, embroidery jewelry

A graduate of the Duperré and Boulle schools, Gaëla Rault reinterprets the history of jewelery to awaken memories and give rise to new emotions thanks to embroidery, her true obsession. She uses traditional craft techniques and twists them in her own way: re-embroidered stripes of Lunéville crochet beads, re-beaded lace flowers, rhinestone embroidery...

Each piece is unique, made exclusively by hand with, most of the time, materials found at flea markets or flea markets. A resolutely personal and delicate universe, borrowed from the Parisian glamor of the Roaring Twenties, and brought up to date.

(Other works are present at the Museum shop)

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