Luc Kieffer, creator of the Maharajah's necklace

A l’occasion de la soirée de lancement du livre « De poudre, de cendre et d’or » écrit par Gwendoline Finaz de Villaine et organisée par Quatre Couleurs, le créateur Luc Kieffer a donné vie à l’un des deux personnages principaux du livre : le collier. Luc et toute son équipe ont travaillé plus d’une centaine d’heures pour la réalisation du collier du livre.

Inspiré par la couverture du roman « De Poudre, de Cendre et d’Or », Luc Kieffer a dessiné, cherché, assemblé afin d’obtenir l’objet mystérieux du roman : Le collier du Maharadjah ! Pour cela il a utilisé une technique dont lui seul a le secret.

On the occasion of the launch party, the Maharajah of the painting was dressed in the necklace to perform a parade among the guests. The official members of the evening were dressed in jewellery from the Luc Kieffer collection.

Luc Kieffer is not a designer like the others. Both a colourist and a fashion designer, this French artist creates, designs and manufactures singular 100 % French jewellery and fashion accessories according to an eco-responsible process based on a unique know-how: for more than 20 years his company has been one of the leaders in line transformation.

It all began in 1995 when he started making jewellery for the major fashion houses. Quickly, the success is there and opens the doors of the fashion world to him. Thus, Luc Kieffer collaborates with the most prestigious French brands.

With this recognition, the designer presented his own collections around the world in the early 2000s. His signature? Originality, science, luminosity, fashion and of course, femininity. Her goal? To reflect beauty through design, colour and form, always fluid and modern.

Thanks to its team of professionals, Kieffer gives life to unique accessories, for both men and women, as well as decorative objects, requiring authentic Joallier work. In addition to resin, the company also puts its know-how in inclusion into its creations, and inserts into these pieces elements in silver or gold metal, as well as crystals and fine stones. In this way, he succeeds in proposing jewellery that is undeniably singular, capable of adapting to all trends.

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On the occasion of the launch party of the book " Powder, ash and gold " written by Gwendoline Finaz de Villaine and organized by the association Four Colors, the creator Luc Kieffer gave life to one of the two main characters of the book: the necklace. Luc and his entire team worked more than 100 hours to produce the book's necklace.

Inspired by the cover of Gwendoline's novel Finaz de Villaine " From Powder, Ash and Gold ", Luc Kieffer drew, sought, assembled to obtain the mysterious object of the novel: The necklace of the Maharajah! For this he used a technique which only he has the secret.

On the occasion of the launch party the Maharajah of the painting was dressed with the necklace to perform a parade among the guests. This is the French Pulp Publishing House The official members of the evening were dressed in jewelry from the Luc Kieffer collection.

Luc Kieffer is not a creator like the others. At the same time colorist and modeler, this French artist creates, designs and manufactures unique 100% French fashion jewellery and fashion accessories according to an eco-responsible process based on a unique know-how: for more than 20 years his house is the one of the leaders of the transformation of the line.

It all started in 1995 when he began making jewels for the big fashion houses. Soon, success is there and opens more widely the doors of the world of fashion. Thus, Luc Kieffer collaborates with the most prestigious French luxury brands.

With this recognition, the creator presents, in the early 2000s, his own collections around the world. His signature ? Originality, science, brightness, fashion and of course, femininity. His goal? Reveit beauty through design, color and shapes, always uide and modern.

Thanks to his team of professionals, Kieffer gives life to unique accessories, for both men and women, as well as decorative objects, requiring real work of Joallier. Beyond the resin, the house also puts its know-how into inclusion in its creations, and inserts into these pieces silver-plated or gold-plated elements, as well as crystals and natural stones. In this way he manages to offer jewelry undeniably unique, able to adapt to all trends.