Silver ring handmade in Sainte-Louise by the jeweler duo Fabibijou
Jewel made by electrodeposition from a slippery elm leaf collected by the jewelers themselves
Slippery elm is a native tree found throughout North America. He is the tree at the crossroads of the worlds; of the present, the past and the future. Its leaf is in its image, offering a sober and majestic look thanks to its strong veins.
.925 silver available in different finishes
Adjustable size Fabi's rings have the particularity of being able to be adjusted to the desired size between 6 to 8.5. When adding your ring to cart, you will be prompted to select the size you would like our team to adjust to.
You can also choose to make the adjustment yourself, since this is done by means of light pressure all around the ring. However, it is important to make small movements and to go gradually. In addition, the ring only needs to be adjusted once. Moving the size of it too often could create weakness in the money.
Denis Ampleman and Camille Villeneuve use an electroplating process, which we owe to an Italian inventor of the last century. Made conductive, the elements are immersed for four to five days in a basin containing a copper solution in which an electric current passes which fixes the metal. The pieces in sterling silver (.925) are therefore cast, crafted and constructed from fossilized plants by electroplating.
Perhaps you have ever wondered how to take good care of your silver jewelry? With this little trick, you will see that it is child's play. Rather than using a liquid or a paste like for silverware - products that can damage your jewelry in the long run - you can simply use a cleaning and polishing cloth intended for this purpose.
When you find that your jewelry has lost its luster or has started to tarnish, hold it in one hand while you polish it with the fabric in the other: your jewel will become like new again!
Our creative work is built around an interest in the forms of nature. Having often had the desire to fix them in time, Denis Ampleman began research allowing him to discover this ancient technique called electrodeposition, which he adapted to fossilize various elements of nature. In collaboration with the artist Camille Villeneuve, they jointly developed a production of plant ornaments: original and unique works of art, which are fossilized and metallic fragments of nature. It is the perfect meeting between the theme and the treatment of the material.
Since 1995, the artist duo has created a common jewelry collection, under the name Fabibijou. For many years now, and even before the creation of our line of jewelry, our work in crafts has led us to take an interest in several materials and techniques, each with a distinctive creative potential. We therefore individually progressed and had different productions.
For eleven years, Camille Villeneuve worked in ceramic production. For his part, Denis Ampleman worked with glass, painting and sculpture. In addition, in order to perfect our knowledge, each of us has taken a course in art history and thus faced the process of creation.
Delivery: We deliver to Quebec, Canada, the United States and most countries in the world. If no delivery option is available for your address, contact-us and we will provide you with a custom estimate!
Calculation of delivery costs: The delivery price is calculated automatically by our system according to the weight and dimensions of the works in your shopping cart as well as according to your address. This calculation is done when you click See my cart or Place order. At this stage, the order is not confirmed and it is still possible to modify, add or remove items from your cart.
Packaging: We pack the artworks with great care, most of the time with recycled materials, since the planet is as important to us as the effulgence of the quebec fine art crafts! We use foam, paper or bubble wrap to protect your purshase which will then be placed in a cardboard box. Canvas are also protected with cardboard corners and kraft paper.
Return Policy: We want you to have a real crush on your new artwork! If this is not the case, we will be happy to exchange your purchase within 30 days of the date of purchase. To do so, the artworks must be returned to us at your expense, intact and in their original packaging. Consult all the details on our FAQ.