Boutons de manchette Ecran total - bronze et argent


In this series, sun meets skin. From bronze to bronzed, from silver to the moon, Samuel Gassmann uses his two materials of choice, those from which his links are traditionally made, as a tracer for exposure to sunlight. Silver for day wear is decorated with a bronze pastille, hinting of skin toasted during the hottest hours of the day, while bronze for evening wear embraces silver as the natural light of day dims. Protection or not, from sunblock to Monoi oil, ultraviolet leaves its mark on the wrist.


TTC210,00 €HT175,00 €
Délais de livraison: 
10 days - Fedex (Standard shipment: France : 10€ / UE : 15€ / hors UE : 25€)
bronze and recycled sterling silver faces
cufflinks, handmade in Paris
diameter 11mm
Age de Bronze

A major historical period in the history of humankind in which man became conscious of the distinctive signs he was able to produce. This era that heralded the birth of accessories, arms of war first appeared and warriors first adorned themselves with regalia and bronze finery. This material, which avoids the precocity of gold or silver, is used to form the links of Samuel Gassmann’s ceremonial and eveningwear cufflinks and in doing so salutes the advent of the masculine ornaments in their earliest form. 


A Parisian public park where Verlaine, astride his pedestal, watches over people. The Orangerie with its date palms and Seville orange trees offers shade. The Jardin de Luxembourg can be likened to a large green open-air sofa.