Our jewellery and hanging mobiles are handmade in Yukon, within the traditional territory of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation and the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council. Inspired by beautiful landscape, balance, flow and mouvement, our creations are subtle, fine and timeless .
We use mostly silver, copper, natural pearls and enamel in our creations, for elegance and modernity look. Our artefacts add calm and visual pleasure in places and lives.
Marie-Noël Bêty is the creator of all the pieces. She studied jewellery and metal art in different jewellery schools in Montreal. Her background in aerial circus and dance influence her work.
Store your jewellery in a sealed plastic bag, to keep humidity away (humidity speeds up tarnishing).
Remove jewellery before having a shower, getting in the hot springs or the pool.
If needed, bring back the luster to your jewellery usingthepolishing cloth provided.
All our pieces with copper have a lacquer to prevent tarnishing and a change in the patina color, or they have enamel as a glass finish.
For the pieces with natural pearls, it's safe to use warm, soapy water for occasional, thorough cleaning. For routine care, it's best to wipe cultured pearls with a very soft, clean cloth after each wearing. For the studs, it is particularly recommended to not wear them while swimming and having a shower since it could compromise the epoxy in the long run.