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The smell of good coffee and admiration for a sea urchin shell inspired Marie-Eve Bordeleau to create beautiful, delicately patterned jewelry.

The pieces are formed from an imprint of a sea urchin shell, food or its peel, as well as coffee beans, and then crafted in 925 sterling silver.

The jewelry is made in her studio located in Quebec, Canada.

The artist

Marie-Eve Bordeleau, a 2006 graduate of the École de joaillerie de Québec, is constantly striving to push the limits of the materials she works with. Her approach, which combines sculpture and textural research, has been rewarded many times by awards of excellence. Born into a family that has always been ingenious and resourceful, she dreamed of making a living as a creative craftswoman. In 2009, she founded Marie-Eve Bordeleau, Sculptures Prêtes à Porter and travelled throughout Quebec and Ontario with a portable booth at craft events.

Quebec handcrafted products

The jewelry are designed, made of 925 sterling silver and sold directly by the jeweler Marie-Eve Bordeleau which allows more affordable prices for all budgets. Her workshop is located in Mauricie-Centre-du-Québec. The jewelry are sold through this online store, in exhibitions and craft fairs as well as in deposit store.

Artistic approach

Turning point, following a crush💓 on a sea urchin shell, I became aware of the beauty of nature and the textures around me. This inspired the basic idea for the rest of my collections. The imprint of the sea urchin shell is the backdrop that influences my creations to leave a tangible trace of an unforgettable moment. Over time, objects present in my environment such as coffee beans and precious wood essences were added for their aesthetic, sensory or symbolic value.

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