"Split Chevalier" Bracelet

by Valentina Romen Italy

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 6x5x2
Unique Pieces Material : Bronze
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From the series “Rough Edges”.

Rough Edges
A subtle balance of brutality transformed into poetry and poetry brought back to matter. “I can’t anticipate the result of my work; I wait patiently for the wax and then the metal in my hands to guide me, respecting the tensions suggested by the forms. I try to indulge the shapes and the material with the right dose of spontaneity and adventure, in contrast to the apparent rigidity of the metal. The result gives me the feeling that the playful flair has exploded, freed from concrete images and space.”

The bracelet is realized in bronze with the traditional lost wax casting. Available in small, medium, and large.

Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, and the object made of it will tarnish with time. If you don’t like the patina, cleaning is easy with mild soap, rinse with water, and dry using a towel.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 7 × 5 × 3 cm
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About the designer


Born and raised in the heart of the Italian Alps, Valentina Romen creates jewelry in her studio in Milan since 2013. Valentina’s passion for art and architecture has led her to study art history and to travel the world, as well as to explore the boundaries of various creative dimensions. After many years of experience in the contemporary art scene, Valentina has evolved into an independent jewelry maker, expressing her creativity through carefully selected shapes and materials. Through filing and the use of flames, she creates each piece in her collection by hand. For Valentina, jewelry is not merely the fusion of metals, but rather the ideal concurrence of visions coming from distant expressive worlds. A further step, jewelry for the table.

Curated by

New Solid is a vision to feel and live with art. It is the first show of Casa Nueva, a livable gallery space and apartment hotel initiated by designers River Valadez and Sebastián Arroyo Hoebens, built on the idea that art can be inhabited. We invite visitors to participate in the dialogue among transdisciplinary works from the contemporary art and design scene. It concerns functional art designed and conceived by artists from two magnificent cities, Mexico City and New York, in a correlation founded in geometry, technology, and crafts. The artworks, bliss for the contemplative eye and a joy to use, will invite the beholder to examine the floating and multidimensional character of concepts such as mass, volume, or weight. The location, equipped as a functional living space, can be found in the historical center of Mexico City. The event will be part of the Design Week Mexico festivities in partnership with Adorno, acting as the international design and logistics platform, as well as Ángulo Cero, an Art Gallery with astonishing designs located in Mexico City, and with the support of Yunuen Sariego, promoter and curator of contemporary art based in Mexico City.