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Shiroki (Bijoux-plasticienne)

in Moissac
  • The Shîrokî is a registered trade-mark since October 2016 and is associated with the company "Wiehn Gabrielle creations". Through this brand, I give myself the freedom to follow all the inspirations and to defend the idea that all materials have their poetry and can be precious. It is in this spirit that I create my paper or terracotta beads from Nepal. But, through my work, I also have a strong desire to participate in a world that is being built positively and it is for this reason that I...
    The Shîrokî is a registered trade-mark since October 2016 and is associated with the company "Wiehn Gabrielle creations". Through this brand, I give myself the freedom to follow all the inspirations and to defend the idea that all materials have their poetry and can be precious. It is in this spirit that I create my paper or terracotta beads from Nepal. But, through my work, I also have a strong desire to participate in a world that is being built positively and it is for this reason that I also use pearls, often plastic, found in flea markets, car boot sales or from individuals. These plastic jewels generally have very little charm. It is then for me to find new associations for these pearls or to modify their appearance (wire, varnish, gold leaf, copper…) in order to give them a new life and to participate very modestly in an ecological project. Because solidarity and ethics must be rooted in every day, I made the choice to buy more than half of the materials I use in local shops and who actively participate in the life of our cities. Of course, this has a higher cost than online wholesalers but nothing beats the physical and visual contact with the materials, nor the beautiful smile of Marie Claire of Arts et Créations in Moissac, as well as all her precious advice. Joy, work with colours, positive energy, mixed materials, the combination of new and used guide my work. I hope you will have as much fun discovering these jewels as I had fun designing and manufacturing them! Gabrielle Wiehn Noby
  • Spoken languages
    • French