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Bucolic Wall Jewellery

By Michael Cailloux


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Michael Cailloux draws inspiration from one of his favourite themes - "Still Life", thereby blurring the lines between styles by fashioning an entirely anachronistic wall jewel.

A tribute to the pictorial illusionism that is the art of “trompe l'oeil”, “Bucolic” evokes the fusion of the natural world with the Insect Kingdom - a symbol of harmony.

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Product Specifications


Width 9.6"
Height 10.2"

Product material

Copper And Ink - Saw Cut, Etching, Aquatint

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  • Made In Paris.
  • Michaël Cailloux Reappropriates The Copper Sheets Used To Print His Etchings By Working Them According To Classic Jewel Making Techniques: Bow Saw, Internal And External Cutting, Embossing And Chiseling.
  • Delivery Information

    Shipping Time

    • The product will be dispatched in 6 to 8 weeks.
    • Made to order items cannot be returned or exchanged
    • Returns accepted within 7 days of delivery in case of damaged goods

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    The Maker

    Michael Cailloux

    Born in Paris in 1975, Michaël Cailloux has been passionate about drawing since childhood. Having graduated from the renowned École Duperré School of Design in Paris in 1998, Cailloux launched his company “Atelier LZC” in order to produce his own collections in 1999, displayed at the biannual Maison et Objet event in Paris. The artist also crafts commission pieces for prestigious brands such as Baccarat, Cartier, Habitat, Van Cleef & Arpels or S.T. Dupont. The fly, a symbol of both life and death with reference to still life paintings of the 18th century, is his trademark signature, which keeps making appearance in all his works.

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