The Penrose collection takes up the tessellation discovered by Roger Penrose and Robert Aman in 1974: a pattern of geometric figures that, by combining 2 rhombuses of different sizes, creates an infinite pattern. A mathematical structure that becomes, through the interpretation provided by the designer, a platform for unlimited design possibilities.
Care and maintenance
Do not twist or pull with force when opening bracelets and necklaces.
Do not bend or place heavy objects on top of the jewelry.
Keep in a safe place. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Long exposure to direct sunlight can cause the color to fade. The leather parts must be protected from rain and prolonged direct sunlight.
Nylon and PEBA parts can be washed gently with soap and water and left to dry in a shaded and safe place. Do not rub hard while washing to avoid removing the color. Items cannot be repaired.
Hand dyed and hand painted
Surgical steel post back closure, nickel free
16 x 18 mm