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Berta Sumpsi

Berta Sumpsi Jewellery maker
Spanish, Catalan, English, French
Tuesday to Friday 11:00 - 14:00 / 17:00 - 20:00
+34 676870122
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Minimalistic jewellery

  • • Berta's jewellery pieces reflect geometric shapes
  • • She set up her atelier and shop in Barcelona in 2015
  • • She creates custom made pieces for her clients

Jewellery for Berta Sumpsi is a constant dialogue between the maker, the wearer, and the observer. She creates rings, bracelets, and brooches, among other minimalistic pieces of jewellery that move away from the more conventional and commercial jewellery. Through her creations, she explores geometric forms and a pure language, always considering the connection between craftsmanship, contemporary thinking, and design. She defines her creative process as a journey towards synthesis. Her work has been exhibited in different museums and galleries in Spain and around the world. In 2015 she opened her studio and shop in Gràcia, a trendy district of Barcelona. Everyday life in her surroundings, architecture, art, and graphic design are her major sources of inspiration.

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Tube brooch

The Tube Collection researches the possibilities of bending a tube using different cutting angles. This elegant and minimalistic brooch is created from painted brass as well as a silicone and steel clip. It is the result of an experimental approach.

Length 5.3 cm
Width 3.2 cm
Height 1.1 cm

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Belly bracelet

While Berta was pregnant, her creative vision of shapes changed from initially angulated forms to increasingly soft and rounded forms. This bracelet is an expression of that moment, with its curve.

Length 7 cm
Width 7.5 cm
Height 0.6 cm

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Cylinder pendant

Berta likes to play with simple geometric concepts and scale, searching for an appealing balance with her colourful minimalistic pendants. This piece is very soft, inviting the wearer to enjoy the tactile qualities of the piece itself.

Length 13 cm
Width 17 cm
Height 1.5 cm

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Waste necklace

These necklaces explore Berta's interest in negative shapes on materials, the marks that are left on a silver piece while she works it. The imprints of these shapes are emphasised in these necklaces.

Length 8.5 cm
Width 35 cm
Height 0.4 cm

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Intersection pendant

Collection of four boldly sandblasted silver pendants developed using paper prototypes. Berta researched the new volumes that appear from the intersection of other simple ones. She enjoys reading simple geometric concepts as metaphors, shapes as symbolic meanings.

Length 3.6 cm
Width 28 cm
Height 2.8 cm

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