A wearable necklace from the French seaside on PolymerClayDaily

It’s not often that a piece shows up without attribution. Who could have made this necklace of folded ovals that have been textured and highlighted? She’s French (assuming a woman) who shows her work on the coast of France at Atelier Scalp Bijoux.

The mix of neutrals makes this very wearable in a seaside setting. Let us know if you have a clue who made it. Guess it’s an April fool’s challenge.

The artist is Nathalie Sgard. Thanks to Chris Bard

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