The main impetus for Façade Bombée is a work by Jacques Moeschal. A twentieth-century Belgian architect - slash - sculptor, best known for his monumental, rhythmic sculptures integrated into public spaces. This particular work, attached to a building, is located in the Quartier du Congres of Brussels, and is called "Les Neuf Provinces”.
The second drop of this collection, Façade Bombée - Part II, features a bold series of wearable miniature sculptures in contrasting shapes, complemented with pearls and gemstones in the deepest shade of brown and lightness of pink. Available in both sterling and 18 carat gold-plated silver.
“Just like a sculpture, a new captivating facet of the jewel reveals itself when seen from different angles.”