From her earliest childhood, Celine reveals a passion for stones. Her mother passed on to her her fascination for their symbolic significance. If her fever doesn't leave her for a single moment, Celine decides to start studying fashion design. But as she works on fabric, she imagines herself touching stones. These are not clothes that are born from her manipulations, but jewels, made of fabric. The future designer replaces fabrics with precious materials, which she will never leave again.
Today, the creator divides her life between Belgium and the land of the Maharadja, from where she returns with a charming soul and hands full of natural stones, each one more sumptuous than the other. So, in the setting of her Brussels workshop, imbued with the enchantment of her discoveries, Céline sketches, designs, searches for shapes, cuts, and creates. The attention to detail and the desire to bring the brilliance of the stone to the forefront guide Céline throughout the creative process and finally, she gives life to sumptuous, refined and unique jewels.
If her preference turns to spinels and tourmalines, in particular Watermelon tourmalines, Céline also works with amethysts, quartz, moonstones, and many other stones.CreationsInspiration