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Is the jewellery water resistant? 

Porcelain is one of the strongest ceramics and is not affected by heat or water.

Porcelain owes its strength to its ingredients and its much higher firing temperature than other ceramics.

The melting of the material at extreme temperatures makes it very hard and waterproof.

We often imagine that porcelain is fragile because it is known for its fineness, whiteness and delicacy, but in reality it is the strongest of all ceramics!

Nevertheless, gold and platinum are delicate, which is why we advise you to remove your Rose et Marius jewellery when you shower, swim or go to the sea, so as not to alter the fineness of the hand-made designs.

How to maintain them?

Like all jewellery, ceramic jewellery must be cared for and maintained on a regular basis.

It is important to clean them regularly to maintain them. 

For the Silver collection, you can use a soft fabric to regularly clean the chain and the tassel to remove the oxidation deposit that naturally forms.

We recommend that you use a cleaning cloth (like the one used for glasses), it is a special flannel type cloth called suede.  

It is also recommended that you store your bracelet or necklace in the evening in the case provided to avoid scratches.

Each Rose et Marius jewel is sold with its certificate of authenticity.

Emblematic of our concept, cement tiles have become the iconic motifs that sign all Rose et Marius creations.

By mixing the charm of the ancient and the modern, we wanted to offer you a collection of exclusive jewellery that explores the sensual aspect of the material.

The designer of the brand, Magali Fleurquin-Bonnard, has worked for many years for the Haute Joaillerie (Piaget, Cartier) but also for Kenzo or Christian Lacroix jewellery.

It is therefore quite natural that we wanted to offer you a collection of unique jewellery. And made by craftsmen in Provence using the most beautiful natural raw materials.

Our bracelets or necklaces in gold or silver, are decorated with a coloured tassel in fine Limoges porcelain, enhanced with precious materials.

We have also developed incredible silver cufflinks for men. Indeed, the porcelain cement tiles are interchangeable so that you can match your socks or tie with the matching tile!

Like all Rose et Marius products, the jewellery is handmade by our exceptional craftsman in Marseille, who makes the most beautiful Haute Joaillerie creations in the Place Vendôme.

A precious and feminine collection, 100% made in France. By choosing Rose et Marius jewellery you have opted for a sumptuous and unique product.

Each design tells a unique story of the Art of Living in Provence. Each necklace or bracelet is decorated with the iconic fig leaf.

{Casteu} Means "Castle" in Provençal
This refined motif reminds us of the elegance of castles, it has become the emblem of our tiles, and is used on all our collections (soaps, liquid soaps, tumblers, perfume tiles).

{T'ame} means "I love you" in Provençal
We like the idea that our exceptional products are full of emotion and messages. We imagined a cement tile motif that takes up a heart to declare your love in the most beautiful way!

{Tometo} Means "Tile" in Provencal
This is a classic motif that we did not want to rework in order to leave it in its original form. It is very present in the bastides of Provence.

{Souleou} Means "Sun" in Provençal
We were inspired by the glitter of the sun on the Mediterranean Sea to offer you a contemporary and graphic design.

{Bastido} Means "Bastide" in Provençal
The bastide is the traditional house of Provence. This tile pattern has been kept in its original form to recall the emblematic pattern of the floors of Provence. It decorates our kettledrums and engraved soaps.

{Capello} Means "Cross" in Provençal
It is an emblematic motif of Rose et Marius, the crosses that make it up were inspired by the small chapels that are often found in the gardens of the bastides in Provence.

{Cabanoun} Means "Cabin" in Provençal
It is a small hut often found in the gardens of Provence. This motif takes up the symbol of Rose and Marius (the fig leaf) and it is for this bucolic reason that we have named it.

{Oustau} Means "Beautiful house" in Provençal
To let you into these beautiful residences, we have reworked a cement tile with elegance and refined volutes that reveal the emblem of Rose et Marius: the fig leaves.

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