THE BUG ME DANDYS MEET THE DELICATE ART OF ENAMELLING
The sartorial Bug Me menagerie - Protector, sweet, precious and always dresses up to the nines, the beetle becomes a very exclusive jewel and looking for a unique wrist to be adopted. Because each man is unique, and because each one to his style, that each of Bug Me fellow adorns a unique color. Choose yours and adopt Passe-velours, Veronese, Hooker, Klein, Majorelle, Carbon or Malt!
HOW IT ALL STARTED
You could say nature observation is in my blood with a chilhood spent to exploring garden life. The desire to give life to this little beetle, made of gold and silver, was strong and born under the expert hands of gifted craftsmen was essential. It is finished! The dandy wearing an impersonal jewel.
Past over the time when the attractive watch has to sit next to a charm produced in thousands of copies. Now the dandy shows off his own grigri, looking like him, unique and which has its very own story. The softness of the gesture shape with passion to create a vivid jewelry, and it is real life going to be on your wrist as your close friend.
BORN IN PARIS
Burins, gravers, burnishers and other small pointed blades with wooden handles: the engraver’s tools bear witness to the secular roots of the oldest form of decorative art used to embellish the most beautiful of exceptional articles in existence. In the skilful hands of an expert, they transform the gold and silver raw material into a work of art, each trait sculpted and animated by the play of light. Between copperplate, bas-relief or embossing, the surfaces patiently accumulate each detail of the design, offering exceptional areas of expression.
ENHANCE IN SWITZERLAND
The enamel - Because of the organic nature of the material and manner in which it is produced — almost always by the skilled hand of an experienced artisan — we believe that it can be fairly stated that every creation with an enamel is a unique piece as well. The master artisan does not paint the motif directly on the jewel but applies more oxides on the Bug Me beetle shell. Then, the enameller moves the dial into fire (800-900° C) several (3-4) times to allow colors appear gradually. The "Grand Feu" enamel sets unalterable and refined decoration.
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