Brancusi’s infamous 1929 portrait of James Joyce dwells on the evocation of fragmented emotion. This artwork presents a spiral at its centre, separated by three abstract lines; a juxtaposition that inspired the Nouveau Réalisme necklace. The prominence of the malachite gemstone’s natural markings adds a unique flair, which helps to highlight the synchronicity of the infinite and the intangible; a sentiment that Brancusi explored in his work.
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Boma employs some 200 craftspeople, many of whom have worked with the family-owned business for decades. Dedicated to fair and ethical employment, Boma pays its workers Thailand’s living wage as the very minimum. Beyond this, its long-term career opportunities support individuals to become highly skilled, in addition to offering varied wellness initiatives, maternity leave and education scholarships. Emphasising traditional techniques and processes, particularly the ancient craft of lost wax casting, individual pieces are worked on by over 21 artisans, each a master of their handicraft.
Dévé is a modern lifestyle brand for the curious woman. Our carefully considered and timeless collections of jewellery reflect an uncompromising dedication to craftsmanship, sustainability, ethical practices and our community of discerning women of substance. Through these offerings, Dévé celebrates those individuals who possess an eternal curiosity for learning from others, through experience and from the world that surrounds them;
Modern artefacts, for the curious mind.
Estelle Dévé is a Senior Designer and Creative Consultant with fifteen experience across high-end fashion and retail.
After graduating from Business School, Estelle set up her eponymous jewellery brand in Australia in 2008. The brand went on to be supported by leading fashion accounts, as well as being featured in key fashion publications. Whilst running her own brand and after closing it in 2014, Estelle also consulted for independent and high-end retailers both in-house and on a freelance basis.
In 2019, she launched Estelle Dévé Studio to help brands with their nascent jewellery lines and brand development. She launched “Dévé”, a new ethical-focused iteration of her brand, in September 2021.