Seven pieces specially created by Goossens for the exhibition PARIS

Seven pieces specially created by Goossens for the exhibition PARIS

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Seven pieces specially created by Goossens for the exhibition PARIS

For nearly sixty years, Goossens has been a signature reference in the world of jewelry and goldsmithing. Founded in 1950 by Robert Goossens, this House remains the faithful ally of the major couture and fashion houses, for which it continues to craft amazing adornments, while also designing its own jewelry, both new and exclusive.

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The meticulous craft of hammered or braided metal, the richness of stones such as rock crystal leverage the skills of the goldsmith in a spirit that is very couture.

These exclusive creations are available in different versions, and are inspired by Parisian street furniture of the Art Nouveau period: entrances to the Paris metro by Hector Guimard, the guardrails in the metro, and the colonnes Morris.

The necklaces, bracelets and rings can be seen on the ground floor at Au Bon Marché Rive Gauche 24, rue de Sèvres 75007 since September 2nd and until October 15th 2016.