Edition Ceramic surprises us with a collection of jewels by 3D printing

Edition Ceramic

From France we receive information about a new French company, baptized as Edition Ceramic, which comes to surprise us with the presentation of its first collection of luxury jewelry made of ceramic using a 3D printer. A new example of how 3D printing can reach all market sectors by offering new standards.

Apparently, this French startup, founded in 2016 in the city of Limoges by Marc-Emmanuel Faure with the aim of confronting creation for the market with the rationality of production imperatives, the main objective of which is to give young designers an opportunity to launch their collections.

Edition Ceramic dazzles during the presentation of its first collection of luxury jewelery made of ceramic by 3D printing.

In order to bring this initiative to fruition, Edition Ceramic has established an alliance with one of the most established schools of European designers of the moment, such as National School of Art of France, without a doubt a collaboration from which both designers and jewelery creators as well as the company itself will benefit in the short term.

This first collection created by students of the school, directed this time by Terhi Tolvanen, contemporary jewelry designer. This new collection is already on sale through the company's website. As a detail, tell you that those in charge of the manufacture of all these pieces are 3DCeram, another Limoges-based company specialized in the manufacture of high quality ceramic pieces by 3D printing.


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