Treasure making at The Library


Library Life — published 05/09/16

 

We are pleased to present another one of our Library members, a jewellery designer who deserves to be known and well known.

It’s been almost two years since Axelle Delhaye joined us at The Library. She spends her life in a beautiful world apart; timeless, sophisticated, unexpected and magical.

Each piece of jewellery is unique and her work is based primarily on the research of antique jewellery from the Victorian era. Rich symbols, Victorian designs, hidden and coded messages through precious stones are her favourite subjects.

She likes to travel the world, to visit the antique shops, to participate at auction sales and even go treasure hunting in the attics of her friends’ grandmothers.

After having found treasures, she studies the best way to offer them a new life. It is exactly this passionate, wonderful combination of past and present, which make her pieces treats for the eyes.

There is something for everyone and every taste, in all colours:

Bracelets, earrings, necklaces, flowers, insects, symbols of the country, amulets, lucky charms, precious stones, coral, pearls etc.

We are very pleased for Axelle that she is soon to take on another adventure; the opening of her shop in the well-known district of Place Brugmann in Brussels.

Discover her universe and contact her personally here: www.axelledelhaye.com

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