Product news: French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have created this range of necklaces for a Parisian gallery.
On display at the Galerie Kreo in Paris, the Perles necklaces by the Bouroullec Brothers consist of simple repeated stone modules.
Bell-shaped pieces sit inside each other to form a ridged band akin to prehistoric jewellery. "We had a profound desire to use stone in relation to our fascination with primitive jewellery," said the duo. "Something direct but searching as well for delicacy in its fall and the relation to the body."
The necklaces are made from blood jasper, black onyx and Carrara marble in a matte or shiny finish, and the collection includes three sizes.
Earlier this year the Bouroullecs added three new colours to their Corniches shelves a couple of months ago and their suspension lamps that look like climbing plants went into production.
Other jewellery we've featured includes necklaces made from delicate paper patterns and bracelets in the shapes of cod fish bones.
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