Rosette necklace large model - Medecine Douce
Exclusively for the Musée d'Orsay, Medecine Douce has designed two collections inspired by architectural motifs emblematic of the building and its history.
A recurring motif in the vault of the old station, the rose window, set in a stylised square representing the ceiling caissons, is presented in a contemporary style with a vintage feel.
Necklace in brass gilded with 24-carat gold.
Medecine Douce x Rmn - Grand Palais for the Musée d'Orsay
A child of the Canal Saint-Martin, Medecine Douce was founded in 2000 by Marie Montaud. After numerous collaborations with big names in fashion, the brand is now based on the rue de Marseille in Paris, in a space that includes a workshop and a boutique, like the lungs of a single body.
According to Medecine Douce, choosing a piece of jewellery means taking care of yourself, an intimate act to feel good, to shine, to be aligned.
It is taking care of others by offering a piece of jewellery designed and made with authenticity and transparency. It is also taking care of the world, choosing to get involved in a process of artisanal creation, proximity and human values.
In order to preserve the life of your jewel, we recommend
to store it individually in its cotton case, away from humidity, to avoid prolonged contact with water,
avoid contact with perfumes or cosmetics, do not use cleaning products or solvents,
do not wear your jewellery when you are doing physical activity, do not keep it on while sleeping.
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- Eviter le contact avec l'eau, le produits chimiques et cosmétiques
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