Owner and designer, Jézabelle Froissart, creates custom designs using new or pre-owned gemstones. Many of her clients bring her family jewels, either damaged, outdated, or no longer to their taste. Jezabelle calls these “the forgotten jewels” that are never worn. They are the heirloom pieces that sit in drawers and elsewhere … Jez meets and listens to her clients so she can create a custom piece they can wear and enjoy today.
Since I was raised in Dijon, Burgandy’s capital city whose emblem is the little owl, I chose this good-luck animal to represent my trademark. As you can see on the picture, it is a very old sculpture, dating from ancient Middle Age. That’s why it is so used and unrecognizable ! Legend has it that to bring you luck, you should brush it with your left hand.
Client wanted a necklace with the 3 main religious symbols, i.e the cross, the crescent and the star. After positioning symbols on this sterling silver hammered torc, each was simply cut out.
In this case, client provided us with 2 bands : one in yellow gold and the other one in white gold with 9 diamonds. We decided to open and to weld the 2 rings making it into one…
Client gave us this beautiful black star saphire for a ring project. We then designed this ring in 18kt pink gold which meets with client’s objective of being unobtrusive
Once again, the parisian yearly jewellery show is taking place this week from September 8th to 11th. As is customary, magazines will be freely handed out and amongst them the reputable LE BIJOUTIER INTERNATIONAL. On this occasion, one of Jez Debugey’s exclusive piece has been selected by the magazine appearing on page 44 : an exceptional pear-shaped malachite, mounted in sterling silver and held on an elegant ivory silk cordon.