Les Mosaiques Beiges Earrings
Currently sold out owing to unprecedented demand but we're busy making more. Please place your pre-order now and we will ship your order on the re-stock. Limited quantities produced only.
A striking gold vermeil piece embossed with enamelled monochrome tiles dangling from a square cross, les Mosaïques is an hommage to warm Sunday afternoons spent seductively lounging on a mosaic tiled veranda.
A glass of sparkling palm wine in hand. Fresh slices of guava on a blue china plate, kissed by the gilded rays of the sun.
The sound of church bells ringing in the horizon.
Les Mosaiques were featured in The Telegraph 2020 Christmas Shopping Guide.
24k gold plated brass
Naturally tinted porcelain enamel
Length: 10 cm Width: 3 cm
Handmade in our studio
With their distinctive designs, the earrings from the house of MAMATER are available in gold plated silver, vermeil and stainless steel. Theatrical or discreet, sophisticated and sassy, the originality of these pieces creates surprise and wonder.
The French - Togolese jewellery atelier does not hesitate to offer earrings and necklaces inspired by modernist west african art in its Le Golfe de Guinée collection, solo earrings inspired by the rainforest, mismatched pairs such as Les Sculptures and undulating hoops as in the Le Serpent collection.
Made in Paris and in London, these essential pieces are entirely fashioned and finished by hand from biodegradable organic materials and ethically sourced metals.
The Le Golfe de Guinée collection is inspired by the shapes and interior architecture I saw in my childhood home in Lomé, Togo. In my very early years, we were living in one of my paternal grandfather’s homes. He was a wealthy man who collected a lot of mid-century furniture and appliances. You see, the 1960s across most of west Africa were a golden decade. It was the time of the independences from the former colonial administrations.This buzzing atmosphere led to a spree of art commissions, distinctly original music and other forms of creativity.
This contemporary era continues to provide me with endless sources of inspiration that I weave as subtext in my designs. I also love the work of Paul Ahyi, whose gigantesque sculpted sceneries in Lomé and Dakar always move me. Girma Birta, Oscar Niemeyer and Paul Klee are also favourites. Have you seen Brasilia? The entire city’s architecture is endless food for my soul.