Over the years they have developed many styles but since 2007 they have been focusing almost exclusively on one type of work: the creation of jewelry made with real plants and flowers. Their special molding technique enables them to immortalize and very accurately reproduce hundreds of natural shapes and forms thereby promoting the incomparable beauty of nature. They then add their own touch to personalize every piece within each collection: the orchids, the lilacs, native north-American Flowers and the St-Laurent’s River collections.
The creations of L’Amulette are displayed in Canada at different arts and crafts shows and in boutiques. Since 2015, their work has also been exhibited in events and galleries in Tokyo, Japan, and New-York. Until now the majority of their efforts have been aiming at making unique, high-end jewelry pieces. The collections shown in this catalogue are designed to be appreciated by a large clientele.
Bénédite Séguin, Jeweler
Watch this short documentary to learn how we make our jewelry (in french only)
All jewels within these collections are the result of the transformation of a real plant into a high value jewel of either silver or gold. The plants are picked individually, coated with a thin layer of wax, molded in plaster and transformed into precious metals. They are then mounted in the form of a jewel and adorned with soft-water pearls. We can contemplate the realism and subtle details of these unique jewels.