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Camille Enrico’s style is a unique blend of South American cultures and French savoir faire. Each piece in her jewelry collection is an invitation to travel and discover new places full of light and color.
She brings these two worlds together by creating distinctive pieces that unite the bright colors of ethnic fabrics, discovered during her trips around the world, and the raw metal so prevalent in her hometown of Paris.
The pure essence of these two seemingly opposite realms is united in Camille’s creations. Her collection is composed of cuffs, necklaces and rings made out of metal and covered in gold which are then embroidered by hand with cotton thread.
For her first collection patterns are either floral or graphic and every detail is thoroughly thought out. The metal is molded by hand, carved, pierced, engraved, lacquered, plunged into a bath of gold of 24K (or palladium for silver colored jewelry) and then stitched by French embroiderers who dress the pieces with double mercerized cotton threads.
Camille Enrico’s jewels are a perfect union of precious and raw materials, of ancient and modern techniques, of shimmering and trendy colors, and of uncluttered yet sophisticated pieces.