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Time Out says

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Pricey but exquisite jewellery from designers around the world, displayed in a refined, laid-back space.

Stéphanie Roger learned her craft at some big jewellery brands, but chose to set up her Marais boutique in a different style entirely. The simple space is laid out beneath white-painted beams, with wood and wicker furniture welcoming her pick of designers’ work from around the world. Staff are laid-back and the jewellery is laid out in a way that is inviting rather than aloof. The pieces range from around €80 right up to €100,000, with plenty in between. Greek designer Lito’s bracelets ornamented with eyes come in between €280 and €900 depending on the material, while Yannis Sergakis’ fine white-diamond-studded creations are priced from €600 to €4000. Other interesting names include Cathy Watermean (who designed the jewels for the 2012 adaptation of ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’), Naohiko Noguchi’s nautical knot-inspired pieces (supposed to bring good luck in Japan), Pascale Monvoisin’s shellfish necklaces and cascading chains by Arielle de Pinto. Stylistically, the tendency overall is to simplicity, with the materials allowed to speak for themselves.

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By: Charline Lecarpentier

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Address: 38 rue du Mont Thabor
1er
Paris

Transport: Metro: Concorde
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Opening hours: Mon 12.30pm-7.30pm, Tue-Sat 11.30am-7.30pm
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