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A bejewelled masterpiece of design and craftsmanship as well as a sensual evocation of the beauties of Nature, ‘La Naïve’ Console embodies Spring. Handcrafted in Paris, this exquisite work wears a guipure costume made of a constellation of golden and gunmetal grey brass flowers sculpted one by one. Some of the flowers have a polished, mirrored effect obtained from galvanisation. Others were brushed and others distressed with a hammer. Some were given a pink or blue effect using fire. These different finishes as well as the reflection of the flower petals in the black mirrored glass shelf top make the piece all the more lyrical and a true jewel for the home.
Jewelry artist, born in 1955, Taher Chemirik is a graduate of the ENSAD, l’École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Since 1990, he has collaborated with some of the most prestigious fashion labels, including Chloé, Chanel, Hermès, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, and Roger Vivier. He was named one of the world’s most influential designers by Time magazine in 2007. His chunky, geometric pieces combine gold and stones, oversized links, drop-like petals, and ebony wood. Three of his jewelry pieces are included in the permanent collection of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Since 2012, Taher Chemirik has been designing furniture and lights for Galerie BSL that are true jewels for the home. His work is part of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.