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Anne Goldfarb

  • Featherworker
  • Puteaux, France
  • Rising Star
Anne Goldfarb Featherworker
Contact
French, English
Hours:
Tuesday to Saturday 11:00 - 19:00
Phone:
+33 675531692
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Jewels of nature

  • • Anne enjoys having contact with nature
  • • She has been collecting feathers since she was a little girl
  • • She loves to take visitors on an imaginary journey

Anne Goldfarb studied the basics of metalworking in a contemporary jewellery school in Paris before following a complementary training in featherworking with recognized designers. Having collected feathers since she was a little girl, the idea of pairing them with metal work came naturally. The world of jewellery combines everything she loves: meticulous work with great design freedom, a feminine universe and an inspiring historical heritage. Her explorations gave way to the use of feathers in her designs. She inaugurated her boutique-studio in 2013 where customers can freely discover her universe, her work processes or even participate in an initiation workshop and leave with their personalized creation. Whether it is jewellery or decoration, her work is an ode to the beauties of nature and the joy of living, with unique pieces that combine design, refinement and colours.

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Works

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Photo: ©Salomé Merran
Liane sculpture painting

Anne Goldfarb pays homage to the equatorial forests with this Art Deco inspired wall sculpture. Its gilded brass architecture forms vertical arabesques where foliage is represented by green feathers.

Length 70 cm
Width 50 cm

Photo: ©Salomé Merran
Minca pedestal sculpture

Minca is a pedestal sculpture that evokes feathered South American headdresses. An explosion of blue and green feathers adorns a face paired with earrings that can be removed from the sculpture.

Width 26 cm
Height 65 cm

Photo: ©AnaGold
Crazy

The Crazy necklace is an exceptional adornment that combines the worlds of cabaret and shamanism by associating sprigs of ostrich feather with a plastron inspired by an ethnic design. Shades of peach and pink bring sensuality and femininity to this unique necklace.

Length 40 cm
Width 17 cm

Photo: ©AnaGold
Petal necklace

The Petal necklace combines a contemporary design with a free composition in light yellow feathers. The hammering of the metal contributes to the brightness of the drop-shaped plastron.

Length 42 cm
Width 13 cm

Photo: ©AnaGold
Seven canvas sculpture

Anne Goldfarb was inspired by the head ornaments of the first nations to create this wall sculpture which represents a face adorned with green dyed feathers.

Width 30 cm
Height 40 cm

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