Talisman necklaces, rings and bracelet Sistema – Parts of Four

Raw and yet sophisticated, with Viking influence and yet worn by Beyoncé (but also by Erykah Badu, Kim Kardashian or Joey Starr), these jewels have character, temper and even, let's say it, look.

Photo: Parts of four

In his shop at 36, rue Charlot, in le Marais, in Paris, Californian artist Evan Sugerman has been offering his industrial punk-rock creations for ten years, set with amethysts, citrines, topaz, crystal, leather, wood, bone.

Between minimalist sculptures and shamanic talismans, these jewels are “constructed like small-scale architecture,” explains the designer, who adds: “They generate power and energetic intensity immediately. " And that's true.

Beyoncé with Parts of Four jewelry

But Parts of Four, this wild brand, has more than one string to its bow. It also manufactures vegetable coconut wax candles with ecological virtues and slow combustion (50 hours), cast in cylinders cut from steel, brass, copper or even foundry metal. These metal containers are subsequently subjected to polishing or oxidation or even – the height of style – plated with gold or silver. It's beautiful, it's raw, it's rock'n'roll.

The candles come in six fragrances: cinnamon, rose, patchouli, ginger, vetiver, lemongrass. Prices start at 90 euros.

Parts of four
36 rue Charlot, 75003 Paris
Sunday and Monday from 14 a.m. to 19 p.m.
Tuesday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 20 p.m.
Saturday from 10 am to 18 pm
Tel: + 33 (0) 9 80 64 15 28

“IWD P/4 ICON” @jannahroy

Text: Katia Barillot

06.12.21

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