This series of costume jewellery is inspired by the hydraulic tile compositions designed by Francisco Fernández Fermina in the Malaga house Villa Rosario, in 1929. The warmth, life, geometries and chromatic variations of these floors have been brought to life in a series of pieces determined by attention to detail, textures and respect for the material.
choker Concha, Inspired by traditional hexagonal hydraulic floors. Its floral shape is the result of joining 7 small hexagons. Composed of three small hexagonal flowers threaded on a fine 1 mm thick golden chain. Subtle, delicate, feminine and full of small details.
You can combine it with the Concha Mini earrings.
It has a chain extender so you can adjust it to the size you need.
Colours: Off-white, mustard and gold.
Cowhide and vegetable tanned goatskin of national origin.
The chain and trimmings are made of 925 ml gold-plated sterling silver.
Length: 32 cm choker plus 6 cm extender chain. Size of the flowers 1,5 x 1,5 cm.
* As we believe in making the most of our resources and eliminating waste as much as possible, we have used leftover leather from the leather we use for our bags to make them.
* The vegetable tanned leather has an open pore, you can moisturize it periodically, making it age naturally and more durable.
* They are made one by one and completely handmade, so their geometry is not perfect and it is possible that there are slight changes in size or colour with respect to the photos. Hand painted edges.
* All our products carry a serial number.
* Designed and handmade one by one with infinite love in our studio-workshop located in Malaga, Spain.