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  • This intriguing collection presents three pieces of the most traditional fruit to be found in our table bowls converted into exceptionally crafted and finished silver forms.

    An apple, pear and banana of fine silver are the three pieces of fruit that make us recall the natural world, to which Art Nouveau artists also referred, as well as the world of children, in which plastic fruit become toys.

    Marc Monzó examines these two extremes by setting up a tension in terms of the scale of these pieces, too small for fruit, too large for jewelry, voluminous and innocent, elements from our daily lives that he suggests we hang around our necks.

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This intriguing collection presents three pieces of the most traditional fruit to be found in our table bowls converted into exceptionally crafted and finished silver forms.

An apple, pear and banana of fine silver are the three pieces of fruit that make us recall the natural world, to which Art Nouveau artists also referred, as well as the world of children, in which plastic fruit become toys.

Marc Monzó examines these two extremes by setting up a tension in terms of the scale of these pieces, too small for fruit, too large for jewelry, voluminous and innocent, elements from our daily lives that he suggests we hang around our necks.