The HELE chocker is part of the Terre collection, inspired by my origins, New Caledonia, a small French island located in the Pacific. Each piece is a translation of New Caledonia's culture, spirituality and imagery. It embodies through a small piece of jewelry my island's core values, such as generosity, faith, groundedness and more.
Sculpted on a metal lathe this bullet pendant is then cast in silver.
Inspired by ritualistic pendulums this raw piece of jewelry brings a sense of direction and faith to its wearer. Hèle means "saber" in Kanak dialect (New Caledonia).
The pendant piece is 5cm long and about 7mm thick. It is attached to a thin silver wire (chocker part) of 1,5mm and has a simple closing system consisting of two hooks.
Every Naula's piece is handmade in a goldsmith workshop in the Netherlands. Items are made-to-order and as such, may take up to three weeks to produce. It just means that your piece is unique. If you’re in a rush, don’t worry, just shoot through an email and we’ll see what we can do.