Maria Raducanu & The Mistique Moth @ Barock 2016

 

This post is a testimony of gratitude for such a wonderful moment, seing Maria Raducanu, an exceptional Romanian jazz singer, on stage, in this marvelous place – Banffy Castle in Bontida, Romania, And, on top of it, having the chance to show my appreciation for her in a small but very meaningful gesture, offering her one of my favourite necklace, tahat I was wearing that night.

The fish swimmed to another sea leaving me with the memory of an unique moment. 🙂

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Thank you Maria for your wonderful voice and for the warm, powerful and senstive person that you are!

 

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photo credits: Dora Bora Photography

 

 

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About Chiramó Jewelry

Chiramó Jewelry explores paper as a new medium of expression in making jewelry. It aims at highlighting the uniqueness of each woman and affirming the attention we give to the environment, even in this aspect of our life. Each paper item is subjected to various treatments in order to achieve the desired aesthetic result. In the end it is varnished several times to protect and strengthen it. My play with the paper beads started in 2011 and since then, the fascination of seeing the refreshed beauty of such a banal material as paper under my hands is still alive. I am happy every time you choose to wear the Chiramó paper jewelry with dignity and joy. Go green! Wear Paper Jewelry! My jewelry is available on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChiramoJewelry?ref=profile_shopicon Thank you! :) View all posts by Chiramó Jewelry

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