Passionate about jewellery since her childhood, Amélie Huynh first joined a major Maison of the Place Vendôme, where she acquired the knowledge of jewellery design and manufacturing. In 2018, she sets herself the challenge of creating a brand inspired by her artistic influences, such as the Art Deco and the Brutalism. Through STATEMENT, she offers singular and architectural creations, symbolizing the expression of the inner strength. Each STATEMENT piece starts by a sketch, transformed into technical drawings and later 3D modelst leaps into the physical world through the lost-wax process in the hands of our silversmiths. In the workshops, a mold is created and brushed with melted wax to replicate the desired thickness of the piece. The wax shell (“the wax tree”) is then filled with a heat resistant mixture to create a template in which molten silver can then be poured. Once cooled down, the shell is removed, revealing the metal structure within (“the casting tree”). The silver piece is ready to continue its journey through the excellence of craftsmanship: diamond setting, grinding, polishing, rhodium plating. The last step is the jewel’s engraving. To conclude, the creation of a STATEMENT jewellery piece requires the intervention of different trades and the expertise of many craftsmen (model maker, setter, polisher but also gemmologist, lapidary, etc.) For example, the creation of a My Way ring in its entirety requires about 60 hours of work. With three years of creation and nine collections, STATEMENT continues its purpose to return to silver its rich heritage of jewellery nobility through a series of limited edition rings with a blod structure, topped with a precious stone: tanzanite, yellow sapphire, or diamond.