Ceramic Collection

le gramme continues his creative project around weight by adding a new material to the field of his research: ceramics.
An inalterable material, technical ceramics has been adopted by the world of watchmaking for its properties of hardness and resistance to any scratch or form of acidity. Particularly difficult to work due to its mechanical resistance, ceramics is a real challenge when shaping its shape, while its touch reveals a magnetic softness, dissipating continuous heat.
This new series of objects explores the simplicity of the material, of the relationship to light of black ceramic through the always absolute shapes characteristic of the creations of le gramme.
"Technical ceramics, an inalterable material, has been adopted by the world of watchmaking for its properties of hardness, resistance to any scratch or form of acidity. »
The ceramic variation consists of a unique reference of each series of objectsle gramme:

- the 3g ring is offered in a polished finish with a brushed interior that can be personalised by laser engraving.

- the 2.1g medallion contrasts its two polished and brushed sides on a thin 925 silver chain.

- the cable5g bracelet combines a brushed or polished ceramic clasp with a strand of 925 Black Silver wire.

- the 1.7g cord bracelet plays with the black shades of the ceramic and waxed cord.
"The ceramic variation consists of a unique reference for each series of objectsle gramme."
Made in French workshops, these new objects are the result of the attention and sense of detail characteristic of le gramme, each one lending itself to the game of accumulation.

le gramme is a creative project around the object named by its weight in grams.
Its aesthetics is uncompromising, reduced to the essentials of the material, calibrating every detail.
At the origin of each object, the search for meaning, the quest for an instinctive emotion for each one because it is universal. Identity and timelessness, the worn and functional le grammeobjects thus resonate with the singularity of those who hold them.
"Made in the French workshops, these new objects are the result of the attention and sense of detail characteristic of le gramme, each one lending itself to the game of accumulation. »
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