Pascale Monvoisin Necklaces
Pascale Monvoisin's unique designs take up to three months to create. Cast from 9-karat rose gold, this 'Sagan' necklace is strung with a bakelite tusk that's topped with the designer's favorite stone, turquoise. Stow a miniature keepsake inside the locket-inspired pendant.
Pascale Monvoisin's fine jewelry can take up to three months to create from initial sketch to final piece. Handmade from 9-karat rose gold, this 'Cauri N°2' necklace features a lapis lazuli shell inlaid with a contrasting coral stone. Layer it with longer styles from the collection.
It takes Pascale Monvoisin about three months to transform each piece from an original sketch to the final product, but the designer has a vivid image of what it will look like before she even finishes drawing. Handcrafted in France from 9-karat rose gold, this necklace is strung with tiny sterling silver beads and a trio of bakelite pendants featuring 0.04-carats of sparkling diamonds. Layer yours with similar designs.
Pascale Monvoisin draws inspiration from all aspects of her life - she spends her time traveling across the globe, visiting art exhibits and antique shops along the way. Handmade from 9-karat rose gold, this 'Cauri N°2' necklace features a shell pendant carved from 0.53-carats of glossy onyx that's inlaid with a dainty 0.01-carat diamond. We'll be wearing ours along with the matching earring.
Pascale Monvoisin describes each of her pieces as a little lucky treasure, something you would cherish. Handcrafted in France from 9-karat rose gold and silver, this 'Montauk N°1' necklace is strung with three polished white bakelite charms inlaid with turquoise – the designer's favorite stone. Layer it with other bohemian pieces from the collection.
Pascale Monvoisin's jewelry exudes effortless Parisian glamour, which is why it's loved by style icons such as Jeanne Damas and Inès de la Fressange. The 'Montauk N°5' necklace is strung on a chain made from lapis lazuli beads and has a delicate 9-karat rose gold-edged bakelite pendant centered with turquoise - the designer's favorite stone.