THE MOTOR
December 24th 2017
Easy on the eye… of Stewy

|My apprenticeship with Philip Sajet at the Pyrenées was not about creating, it was about listening. Meanwhile he asked me to pick up the more repetitive jobs, like drawing wire from 10 grams of 18k gold and silver, and shape, click and solder eyelets for two necklaces, one with bright red cut glass pieces and one with river stones, roughly cut by the master. Sweet Stewy was overlooking the process. Nothing was polished. L: ‘Collier Rouge 10’, R: ‘Black or White, I don’t care’. Jewellery Philip Sajet + me Buy Galerie Biro

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My apprenticeship with Philip Sajet at the Pyrenées was not about creating, it was about listening. Meanwhile he asked me to pick up the more repetitive jobs, like drawing wire from 10 grams of 18k gold and silver, and shape, click and solder eyelets for two necklaces, one with bright red cut glass pieces and one with river stones, roughly cut by the master. Sweet Stewy was overlooking the process. Nothing was polished. L: ‘Collier Rouge 10’, R: ‘Black or White, I don’t care’. Jewellery Philip Sajet + me Buy Galerie Biro

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